The Signs You Need HVAC System Repair

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Your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system is responsible for keeping your home comfortable throughout the day. An HVAC system is also important for cleaning the air of allergens and dust. The air is pulled from inside your house through a filter, enters into the HVAC system, and is then redistributed to different parts of your house. That system is fairly complex and tends to run pretty much constantly throughout the year. Because of those factors, it can malfunction. There are some signs that you need HVAC system repair.

Inconsistent Performance

Whether it’s the heat or the air conditioner, inconsistent performance is a sign that something has gone wrong. If you are not getting consistent heating or cooling, you likely have a problem with your compressor, a condenser, or the thermostat itself. The thermostat sends signals to the HVAC system as to what to do. If it’s not delivering a consistent signal, you’ll get inconsistent performance.

You should attempt to change the battery in your thermostat. If that doesn’t solve your issue, then you need to call a professional.

Lukewarm Air

The air that is blowing through your house is supposed to be treated by the heater or by the air conditioning function. If those functions are not working, you’ll likely get air that is lukewarm. It depends on where your HVAC unit is. If the unit is outside, the air will be similar to the air temperature outside. If the unit is in the attic, it will likely be warm air.

You should make sure that your HVAC thermostat is not turned to the “fan” function. This function will only circulate the air. If the system is set to cool or heat and is still not blowing conditioned air, you need HVAC system repair. You can find great professionals at Cummings Plumbing Heating and Cooling. They’ll be able to diagnose and treat your HVAC problems. You can also connect them on Facebook for more updates.

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