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4 Signs you Need to Call an HVAC Professional

Apr 19, 2018
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Fixing or making upgrades to your HVAC system is rarely ever something that you are excited about or eager to do. We understand that, but you have to act so that you can save yourself time, cash, and the panic by getting the problems fixed before your system breaks down. Below are reasons you need to call an HVAC professional instead of doing the job yourself.

Here are 4 signs that indicate you have or are going to have an issue with your HVAC system and need to call an HVAC expert.

1.   Your system is making eerie, unusual sounds

Although sounds are usually a sign that everything is just going right in your HVAC system, odd sounds can signal you to immediately call an HVAC professional.

Humming sounds, by and large, appear to be related to electrical issues and shrieks are generally said to be indicative of parts that are getting damaged. If you hear pops and blasts, it usually signals that your heat exchanger is getting harmed and you need to take an action right away.

Have an HVAC professional at your service as soon as possible in case you hear such sounds. They will analyze the problem, know the source of malfunctioning, and fix your unit before you face a noteworthy repair.

2.   Your energy costs surge radically

On the off chance that your energy costs rise minimally, you have your system running longer because of the changes in weather conditions. But if you notice that the energy bills are more than what you were getting a year ago in similar weather conditions or the amount rises radically, you know your HVAC system has a serious problem.

Certain problems in HVAC systems cause them to struggle to perform and do what is meant to be done. This means more hard work and ultimately higher energy costs. The issue could be with the furnace, thermostat, filters, or it could be something really unique.

3.   Your system delivers undesired temperature

If the HVAC system in your house is unable to maintain the temperature that you desire, this, as a rule, is not a problem with your thermostat but the furnace. When a furnace has some problem and struggles to perform, it will not be able to give you the desired ‘warmth’ that you need your indoors to have.

There could be a lot of consequences associated with this struggle but an awful one will be when the furnace wears out your heating system to the point that it completely breaks down.

Do not wait to experience the problem at least twice or thrice before you call a professional.

4.   The system restarts too often

If your HVAC system requires turning on and off frequently, know that your furnace is not running long enough to be productive. This problem is known as ‘short-cycle’. The unit requires a good amount of energy to start and so you need to turn it on/off more often. You need to call an HVAC professional, call Climate Control Corp today.

Such a sign could also imply that you have a system which is not suitable for your home i.e. wrongly sized or that it has other unusual loopholes which only a professional can gauge.

If you are noticing one or more of these signs, call Climate Control Corp in Lexington, Kentucky now to get the problem resolved beforehand.

About The Author

Dan Detmer
Dan Detmer is the owner of Climate Control Heating & Air Conditioning. Dan was born into the heating and cooling industry, coming from a family of well respected HVAC contractors. After working in the family business, Dan decided to work for a local HVAC wholesale business helping local contractors grow their business. When he felt his heart moving him back into the residential and light commercial business, Dan purchased Climate Control Heating & Air Conditioning based on their strong reputation in the Lexington community.If you have any questions feel free to tweet @HVACClimate and we will get right back with you!
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