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It’s unfortunate, but a reality. Your HVAC system will eventually break down. It seems to happen during the hottest or sometimes coldest times of the year. These breakdowns occur because your unit is under a lot of strain. Some old units can only take so much pressure before they fail.
When this happens, you’ll need to have a professional provide a new heating or cooling system to prevent future problems from arising.
What causes air conditioning or heating problems?
- Low refrigerant
- Clogged filter
- Drainage issues
- Condenser issues
- Electrical problems
- Sensor issues
- Thermostat issues
Heating and air conditioning systems are continually changing and evolving, and at Hunter Super Techs, we make sure to stay up to date with these changes. We are proud to say we stand at the cutting edge of HVAC education and hold our employees to today’s high standards.
Every HVAC appointment is followed up with a satisfaction checklist that ensures customers receives quality, professional services. We take great pride in our work and great care to leave your residence as clean as we found it upon job fulfillment.
Do You Require an HVAC Repair?
If you’ve been noticing any of these warning signs, it’s worth having someone come out to check your system for any problems.
Odd smell – If you notice a burning odor, there could be a reason for concern. If you’re turning on your heat for the first time since last winter, don’t immediately panic if there is an odor. It might just be dust heating up in the ducts. However, if it continues, it can be a sign of a more significant issue, or a failing system, which can lead to costing more money later.
Spiking bill – Aging components in an AC unit can cause your unit to overheat. Since the unit is outside, this increases the chances of particles messing up the system. Dust and other elements from the air result in slow airflow and cause the unit to work harder, using more energy. These issues make your air conditioning unit work harder to provide cooling, which makes your bills skyrocket.
Moisture – If there is leakage that is creating a water puddle near your machine, it’s a sure sign of mechanical problems in the machine’s tubing system. This can also be a cause of future issues and requires immediate repair.
Weak airflow – If you’re noticing discrepancies in your AC’s performance compared to last year, then you’re probably right in thinking something is not functioning correctly. In some instances, it may be an indication that it’s time to replace the unit. A lack of airflow can also mean the air filter in the unit is causing the problem, and that a service call is in order.