There is one thing every homeowner relies on in their house, it is their high-quality HVAC system. Whether it is blasting cool air in the summers or cranking up the heat in the cold winters, living in Monroe we need our systems ready for anything at any moment. That is why it can be very frustrating for your HVAC system to quit all of a sudden, below we will go over the following types of problems you might run into with your HVAC:
Keep reading to learn more about these various problems and some of the HVAC fixes.
There is nothing more rewarding than coming home to a warm house on those cold days. However, if your furnace stops working your home can quickly go from a place of comfort to uncomfortable. Here are some of the common furnace problems you might run into:
Similar to air conditioners, the first thing you should check is your thermostat if something is not working correctly. You will need to make sure the thermostat is in heat mode and that the temperature is correct. Next, would be to check your power to ensure that the furnace is receiving electricity. The last thing to do, if you are still having furnace problems, would be to contact an HVAC professional. Our team can help you determine if you need a repair or replacement on your furnace.
A heat pump can help eliminate the need for multiple HVAC appliances, since they perform both heating and cooling duties. However, they still could have issues just like a regular furnace. Here are some common problems and fixes for heat pumps:
The first thing you want to do if you are having heat pump problems is check the thermostat and make sure it is working. If you are still having problems with your heat pump, contact an HVAC professional. Heat pumps are very delicate and need to be handled carefully
Most HVAC appliances, like furnaces and heat pumps, filter your air and catch contaminants. If there is a malfunction with one of these appliances, your air quality may be at risk. Some of the issues it may cause are:
When stuff like dirt and debris is left in the air, it can cause cold symptoms and trigger your allergies. Which can easily disrupt your sleep.
To keep your air clean, you need to change your HVAC system filters every three months. Which can be done with a yearly tune up (having one of our professionals come out and check your system).
Most homeowners have problems with their HVAC systems every now and then, but the most common way to avoid these problems is having regular maintenance. At Complete Home Comfort, we offer VIP HVAC maintenance services, including a 18-point check-up list. By evaluating your systems we can catch any problems before they have the chance to escalate