No one wants to deal with HVAC problems, especially in the spring, as the weather warms up. Some common issues crop up this time of year. Take a look at three of them.
#1: Dirty Filter
This doesn’t seem like a big issue, but a dirty filter can cause all sorts of HVAC problems. If you have a clogged filter, the air conditioner has to work overtime to keep your house cool, putting extra wear and tear on the parts. This can lead to inconsistent temperatures and even a breakdown.
#2: Dirty Coils
If your condenser coils or evaporator coils get dirty, the system can’t effectively cool the air before it circulates it through your home. Dirty coils mean inconsistent temperatures and less cooling, so your house warms up instead of cooling down.
#3: Malfunctioning Thermostat
The thermostat is the captain of the HVAC ship. If it’s not working properly, your system won’t either. When the weather heats up, you want your house to cool down, but it won’t work if there’s a problem with the thermometer. An HVAC technician can test it to see if it needs replacing, or you could upgrade to a smart thermostat for more consistent temperature and increased energy efficiency.
When you switch your HVAC system over from heat to cool as you transition from winter to spring, you might experience some HVAC problems. The team at H.H. Hovey Heating and Cooling, Inc. can help you avoid spring HVAC issues with a maintenance agreement you can rely on and service and repair you can trust. Contact us today for an appointment.