After spending the summer cooling your house, your HVAC system needs fall service to be sure everything is running as it should be.
If the air filter is not the issue, you may be short on refrigerant.
If you’re looking to sell in the near future or simply want to improve the value of your home, a smart thermostat is a less-expensive investment that will help.
If you are constantly getting repairs done that are adding up in cost, it may be time to stop wasting money on a failing system and replace it.
Make sure the space around the furnace is not cluttered with items that can present a hazard.
Faulty relays or capacitors can cause these sounds and should be addressed by a professional technician to prevent electrical issues.
Preventive maintenance improves your system’s efficiency, performance, and lifespan giving you the greatest value for your dollar.
Smart thermostats, in particular, learn your habits and adjust your HVAC system accordingly, ensuring it operates only when needed.
If you’re using a central HVAC system, periodically make sure your air ducts are clean and in good condition.
Regularly inspected, tuned-up equipment can run at maximum efficiency, so you won’t experience the energy waste and higher-than-necessary utility bills that often occur when maintenance is neglected.