Versailles AC and Furnace Repair
Your furnace or air conditioning system will usually signal to you when something is wrong. Some of these red flags are very obvious, while others are more subtle.
Here are a few signs that it might be time to call in a repair technician.
- Increasing energy bills
- Poor airflow
- Frequent unit cycling
- Bad odors or strange noises coming from system
- Refrigerant leaks
On their own, none of these things necessarily point to the presence of insurmountable issues with your HVAC system. Nonetheless, the more red flags you notice, the more likely it is that your system has significant underlying problems.
If your energy bills suddenly explode even though you’re sure that you haven’t been using your equipment more intensively, then your system’s efficiency has taken a nosedive. There could be many reasons for this. One is that your vents or coils are dirty. Another is that your unit is simply getting on in years. Call in an HVAC technician to ascertain the exact nature of the issue.
Poor airflow typically means that something is preventing air from flowing through your vents as normal. The vents can clog with dirt, pet dander, or other debris. The same could be happening to your heat pump or other critical HVAC system components.
Cycling is the process by which your HVAC system repeatedly turns on or off in order to maintain indoor temperatures at the level you desire. When things are too hot, your AC unit will turn on. Once temperatures are as they should be, it will turn off. If temperatures rise again, the air conditioner will turn on again. The same goes for the operation of the furnace when you want to raise indoor temperatures. If your system is cycling when it shouldn’t be or doesn’t need to, this is a sign of a major structural issue.
When loud noises like screeches, bangs, whistles, or rumblings start coming from your HVAC system, this is never a good sign. Usually, it means that some part inside the appliance is either loose or malfunctioning.
Refrigerant is the fluid that your HVAC system evaporates, condenses, and sends flowing between your indoor and outdoor units. It’s meant either to absorb heat from indoor air and deposit it outdoors, or vice versa. It plays an indispensable role in temperature regulation. However, if it leaks out, it can be very dangerous. If you noice a leak, call a professional right away.
Efficient HVAC Installation Services
In addition to repairing HVAC systems, our skilled technicians can also replace them if they’re irreparably broken. This is true about HVAC systems as a whole and about any part of them, like air conditioners, vents, or heat pumps. If you want to change out your old system for a newer and more efficient model, we’re up to the task. We can also replace old thermostats with more advanced ones so that you have more power to regulate your indoor temperature.