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9 Things to Check when your HVAC System Quits Working

9 Easy Inspection Points That Can Save You Multiple Hours and Hundreds Of Dollars On Furnace and AC Repairs. (Hint: These Are The First Things the Repair Technician Will Check).

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Top 9 Air Conditioning Problems and Solutions

Have you ever had that moment of fear where you know something just isn’t right with your Furnace or Air Conditioner but was too scared to ask? If so, this simple information could save you time, money and the hassle being without comfortable air.

Read The 9 Point HVAC Inspection Checklist.

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Before calling an HVAC contractor, you should inspect the following

  • The circuit to your HVAC unit. 
  • The setting on your thermostat.
  • The condition of your air filters.

If the circuit to your HVAC unit has tripped, try resetting it and check to see if it stays on. If your circuit breaker is not the issue, your thermostat may be set to the wrong setting. Another thing you can check is if your air filter is clogged, since that can hinder your HVAC unit from operating properly. To get your HVAC system repaired, contact us today

An HVAC system should be inspected at least twice a year. It is best to have your HVAC system inspected once before the summer and once before the winter to ensure that it is operating well and does not have any repair needs. When you have your HVAC inspected, you should also have it cleaned and have any necessary repairs completed. Getting your HVAC system serviced before peak seasons can help increase its efficiency and prevent it from breaking down as often. To get your HVAC unit inspected, call us today

An HVAC checkup, also known as an HVAC tune-up, will usually cost around $150-$350 per year. An HVAC tune-up will typically include the following: 

  • A cleaning of your HVAC unit. 
  • An inspection of your HVAC unit. 
  • A lubrication of your HVAC unit’s parts. 
  • A replacement of your HVAC unit’s air filter.

Getting your HVAC system tuned up is a great way to increase the efficiency of your HVAC system as well as address any repair needs that your HVAC system may have. To get your HVAC system serviced, give us a call today. 

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