With constant use, your HVAC system will sooner or later show signs that they need maintenance or repair. But the earlier you identified the problem, the easier it will be to solve the problem.
Be aware of these common HVAC problems that require immediate attention and solution.
Dirty Air Filters
Your air filter plays a significant role in the performance of your HVAC system. It traps and prevents dust, dirt, and harmful airborne particles from causing havoc in your home. Make sure to replace them at least two or three months. When you have a dirty filter, persistent allergy, poor airflow, and performance issues are likely to happen.
Your HVAC thermostat is responsible for regulating the temperature of your home. Before assuming that the problem of inadequate temperature is due to a malfunctioning A/C or heating system, you may need to check your thermostat. Most of the time, the problem is due to improper thermostat setting or drained batteries.
If there’s a problem with the airflow, then it can be due to a leaking duct. You may need to check your outdoor unit for blockages that hinder proper airflow. To avoid these issues, make sure that your ductwork is properly sealed. Remove any blockages or debris that prevent the air from going in and out of your HVAC system.
Without the refrigerant, your A/C won’t provide enough cool air to your home. Also, a leaking A/C refrigerant can cause poor performance. Aside from not providing you the comfort you need, leaking refrigerants could also lead to higher energy bills.
Have you heard that strange and unusual noise coming from your A/C or furnace system? Bizarre sounds such as banging, squealing, and rattling indicates that there’s something wrong with your HVAC system. Any odd sound coming from your system can lead to serious issues in the long run.
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