[Static Water Pressure] Why does this matter to me as a residential property owner? If the water pressure is too low while you're taking a shower it might be awhile before you get that shampoo out of your eye. If it's too high it could feel like pins and needles and have a potential adverse effect on your plumbing fixtures. It's good information to know before you purchase a property and are standing in that shower. Might also notice in the video the hose bib has a leak. Testing the water pressure of the house is part of every Inspection as stated in the standards of practice. The min water pressure required until 2018 was 40PSI and 80PSI max. As of 2019 the updated requirement is that the pressure be adequate for demand.
[Quick Filter Change Video] While we are on the subject of Air Conditioning, make sure to change your filters. It's a good practice to change them every three months and to keep a couple extra on hand. Depending on the area you're in you may be able to go longer than three months or in some cases less. This unit was in the clients attic. There should be a disconnect located at the unit to power it off. The unit should also have a safety meaning if you open that filter door while it's powered on, it should trip the safety and the unit will turn off. It's a best practice to turn the unit off prior to opening any panel doors. Scroll through the photos and you'll see the dust build up on the return air grill located inside the house.
📌 Inspect what you expect- If you have a preventative maintenance service done by an HVAC technician make sure they change and date those filters. Ask them to leave the dirty filters onsite for you to throw away.
📌 Setup a reminder in your phone. Hey Siri/Ok Google, "Set reminder every three months to change the air conditioning filter".
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