If you want a comfortable indoor environment, HVAC is essential. Comprised of Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning, this system regulates temperature and air quality in your home. If you are experiencing soaring costs or poor air quality, it is time to troubleshoot your AC.
Air quality is essential in creating an environment that is comfortable and healthy. Getting too warm or cold is frustrating but not necessarily life-threatening. You will survive a few points off what is considered comfortable. However, an HVAC system that does not effectively filter out toxins is cause for concern.
Suppose you suspect a power loss is responsible for your HVAC not working. In that case, the breaker switch is an excellent place to start your investigation. A tripped switch will prevent the system from receiving power. In addition, wiring defects can cause the breaker to trip, cutting off power to AC components. Frequent issues of this nature may require input from a qualified professional.
Every home deserves comfortable airflow. Most modern HVAC systems are designed to make life easier with automation. Atmospheric controls can monitor the quality and temperature of air, resulting in adjustments that are made automatically. If these sensors are not working, you may notice that room comfort levels drop.
When a blower motor or air filter becomes clogged, airflow is inhibited. You can replace the air filter, which should result in better-quality air. However, suppose this does not solve the problem. In that case, an HVAC specialist can check the system, including the blower motor, for clogs or faults.
The motor and other components in an HVAC can produce strange noises when clogged or damaged. If you hear squealing or grinding, motor bearings may need to be lubricated or replaced. A rattling sound usually indicates that there are loose parts in the system. If you cannot locate the problem’s direct source, contact ClimateSmith LLC today.
Incorrect settings or a fault with your thermostat can impact temperature control. For example, a wireless thermostat may need new batteries. Alternatively, the temperature or mode could be incorrectly set on the device.
If you have any other concerns about the performance of your HVAC system, call ClimateSmith LLC for a checkup.