HVAC systems are important for regulating the temperature in your home and keeping your family comfortable no matter what season or time of year it is. With all the holiday parties happening this time of year, it’s especially important that your HVAC system in working order, as you wouldn’t want it to fail the moment you have people over for a holiday party. Luckily, our HVAC company has got you covered. Our expert contractors can help you with all of your heating and cooling needs. Contact us today at 732-446-9000 to learn more about our services!

You don’t want to be constantly worried that something is going to go wrong with your HVAC, which is why in this blog, we will take a look at some of the most common problems with your HVAC system and ways to recognize them before it’s too late.

Dirty Filters

HVAC filters need to be replaced up to four times a year in order to work properly. If your HVAC system has dirty filters, the system will have to work harder in order to do the job correctly. A system that is working too hard will ultimately end up costing you more in time, energy, and money than it would cost to just replace the filter. Not to mention if your HVAC is working too hard then it won’t last as long and you might have to replace the whole unit sooner than expected.

Leaking Refrigerant

Refrigerant is a liquid that is used by your HVAC to create the cool air you enjoy so much during the warmer months. Low levels of refrigerant will cause your HVAC to work harder, which will cause many residual problems as mentioned earlier. You will also notice that even though you have the air conditioning on, your house may seem stuffy or hot, and your vents are blowing warmer air instead of cool.

If you notice these signs, it’s important to call a technician right away before the problem becomes worse. Our HVAC company has expert HVAC contractors that will be more than happy to help you with any problems concerning your HVAC system. Contact us right away if you notice a problem.

Sensor Malfunction

In your thermostat, there is a sensor that registers the temperature in your home and communicates with the HVAC system when to turn on and off. If you notice that your air conditioning or heat isn’t turning on, it doesn’t always mean that there is something wrong with your HVAC system, it could just mean that there is a problem with the sensor in your thermostat.

The best thing to do is call our team and have one of our HVAC contractors come by and check the sensor. It’s also important that your thermostat is placed in a large room somewhere near the middle of your home. This will allow the sensor to get the most accurate reading of the temperature.

Lack of Maintenance

Your HVAC system is a working machine and should be checked on a regular basis, just like your car. You wouldn’t want to be driving down the road and have your car suddenly break down because you never had it checked, and chances are you wouldn’t want your HVAC system to stop working during the hottest day of the summer or the coldest day of the winter.

In order to keep your HVAC system in proper, working order, you should have it checked at least once a year. The best case scenario is to have your HVAC checked once in the fall and once in the spring.

For regular inspections, HVAC installation, and more contact our HVAC company today. Our expert HVAC contractors will be happy to assist you with all of your HVAC needs and provide with the best customer service we can give. Check out our website to learn more about our extensive services and give us a call to schedule an appointment today!