If your furnace or air conditioner has its seasons mixed up, there’s no question you’ll need a furnace repair or air conditioner repair.

With New Jersey’s hot and humid summers and sometimes stinging winters, the last thing you want is to face a mid-season HVAC repair. While we can’t predict the future here at Green Apple Mechanical NJ, we can advise you on some of the signs and sounds that alert you that a heat pump repair or furnace repair is imminent.

False Airflow Temperatures

If your furnace or air conditioner has its seasons mixed up, there’s no question you’ll need a furnace repair or air conditioner repair. A furnace throwing out cold air can indicate a malfunctioning thermostat, problems with the ignition system, or an overheating heat exchanger. An Air conditioner unit circulating warm air can announce a refrigerant leak or compressor issue.

Unusual Noises

When HVAC equipment operates efficiently, it makes a soothing background hum. Squeaks and squeals along with banging and clanging are a clear warning that something is wrong. Issues can range from worn-out belts to broken fan blades or disconnected ductwork. Just as you keep a watchful eye on your equipment through regular maintenance, develop a keen ear for sudden or unusual noises. The sooner you notice them, the better your chances are that you’ll have only a minor furnace or heat pump repair.

Strange Odors

Aromas are pleasant. Odors are not and frequently signal the need for immediate action. A burning smell could mean frayed or loose wiring. The smell of nail polish remover can point to a refrigerant leak and the stench of rotten eggs is evidence of a possible gas leak in your furnace.

Regular preventive HVAC maintenance is a powerful tool to reduce the likelihood of unexpected breakdowns. When you do need HVAC repair you’ll get nothing but excellent service from Green Apple Mechanical NJ. Give us a call today at 888-611-7191 to learn how we can help. Green apple Mechanical NJ has been serving the New Jersey area for years with professionalism and expertise. Customer service and care are always our number one priorities. If you have any questions or concerns regarding any of your HVAC needs feel free to contact us. We are always here to help.

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