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Your home’s heating and cooling system, and therefore its comfort, are both powered by your HVAC system. If your system is beginning to exhibit any of the following symptoms, or many symptoms together, it might be time to arrange a replacement appointment with ClimateAir.
If you detect any odd scents emanating from your furnace or ducts, it might be a sign of an aging, improperly maintained, or cleaned HVAC system. This might be a sign of the development of mould, mildew, and harmful bacteria, which over time could have a negative influence on your family’s health. If this is a significant symptom in your house, think about contacting a professional to investigate the problem.
It may be time to have a specialist diagnose the problem if you’ve heard odd noises emanating from your HVAC system, such as banging, clanging, or even grinding. This might be a simple sign that certain parts need to be mended or replaced, or it can be a sign of a much worse problem that calls for a complete replacement.
You might pay extra if your HVAC systems are ineffective or are having problems because of worn-out parts or basic wear and tear. Your HVAC system may be having trouble pushing out air if you haven’t altered how you use it yet are observing an increase in your expenditures. This might be a sign that you need to change your filters, do some maintenance, or that the entire unit needs to be replaced.
Usually, if you notice a lot of condensation, higher humidity rates, or mold/mildew/bacteria growth, then this might be an indication that your HVAC system isn’t doing its job or efficiently purifying your air and pushing back out the excess humidity. Excess humidity can cause a lot of issues very fast, so we recommend calling a professional to check out the issue ASAP.
Bottom line, if your HVAC is older than 10-15 years, it might be time to schedule an appointment to assess if it’s due for a replacement. Even your best maintained HVAC unit will still need to be replaced once its lifecycle is up, although you definitely can enhance an HVAC’s lifespan by taking good care of it. That being said, older HVACs are often less efficient and may end up costing you more in energy bills overall.
If certain rooms in your house or business are chilly while others are hot, there may be a problem with your HVAC system or inadequate ductwork. Enlist a technician to investigate the problem. It’s possible that you need to update your HVAC system soon.
First, know that you should leave your house right away if your CO detector sounds. Death from carbon monoxide can occur within a few hours and the gas is both quiet and odourless. Call your gas provider and your HVAC expert to take care of a suspected gas leak after you, your family, and all of your pets are secure somewhere else. This can indicate that your HVAC needs to be replaced or needs significant repairs.
Undoubtedly, one of the most important reasons why any homeowner or business owner should hire a professional HVAC contractor for HVAC repair is that a technician will have the necessary training and experience to address potential issues. Sure, you might be able to identify that your HVAC system is having issues based on the strange noises, smells, or other issues, but diagnosing it is an entirely different matter.
Hiring a professional HVAC technician, such as any of our experts from ClimateAir, means saving both time and money. A skilled HVAC technician can mitigate the chance of breakdowns and even extend the life of your HVAC unit.
Finally, repairing, maintaining, or even installing a new HVAC system may involve many protective tools which are not always available in a household. If an install or repair job is not done properly, you could get injured – or worse. Hiring a professional means you stay safe!
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How often do I need to change my air filters?
We generally recommend that filters be replaced every 90 days, or every 3 months. This is for the average home, however, so if you live in a home that is high-dust or very dry, is home to smokers who smoke indoors or just outside the home, or is home to one or more pets, you may consider replacing your air filters more often.
Check the box on your air filters to see what your manufacturer recommends. Some filters may need changing more often. However, if we’re talking about a vacation or vacant home that is used only a few weeks or months out of the year, you can probably wait between 9-12 months to replace your air filters. The more the property is used, the more you will need to change your air filters to ensure they’re efficiently purifying the air you breathe.
Should I cover my unit in the fall and winter?
For the winter – bottom line: you can, but you don’t have to. Your air conditioner is actually built to withstand the elements quite well, and can stand up against snow, rain, extreme heat, and more. They were designed to sit outside all year-round. Covers can even cause issues, and can even hold moisture and result in mould growth. Plus, covers attract critters by making a nice, warm sanctuary where they can build nests.
On the other hand, you should consider covering your air conditioning unit during the fall months to avoid twigs and fall debris from falling into the unit. Make sure to schedule annual maintenance to ensure everything is working properly before you uncover your unit and turn it back on again in the spring or summer. Cover only the top of the unit.
How often should I have my unit serviced?
We always advise checking in on our system at any point in the year and, if you notice any of the symptoms such as those we have listed previously, don’t hesitate to call in for service.
Aside from this, we recommend having your HVAC system, both your home air conditioning system and your heating system, serviced at least once a year. If you live in a larger home or your HVAC system is for an industrial building, then you may consider having a service plotted out more regularly – say, every 6 months. This is because the airflow, heating, and cooling needs are much higher (and perhaps even more complex.)
We advise scheduling your unit service appointment during the spring or fall. While we’re happy to consult with you at any time of the year, spring and fall is off-season for many HVAC technicians and therefore we are able to serve up better savings during this time. There’s less need for heating and cooling during these months and so the demand on companies is less, freeing up their time and effort.
Are you overdue on your maintenance appointments? If so, book an appointment with the team at ClimateAir today! We’re available 24/7/365 days a year including after-hours, weekends, and holidays at no additional cost to you!
Why are my ducts making a popping sound when the furnace starts?
Don’t fret – this may not actually be an issue. Ductwork often triggers and responds to pressure changes at times with a popping noise, as this is because the ductwork is expanding and contracting. Metal, like any material, reacts to temperature change by contracting and expanding. This can be a source of frustration if you find the noise of the popping is constant or excessively loud. In this case, we advise you to contact your local HVAC technician in Newmarket to discuss remedies. Sometimes, you can keep noise to a minimum by changing the fan speed of your HVAC, changing out the HVAC filter, or even having larger HVAC air ducts installed. Sometimes, HVACs are too small to handle the amount of air that is required by your cooling and heating equipment. Larger ducts will ensure a larger supply and therefore reduce the amount of noises – plus you’ll get better airflow.
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ClimateAir Heating and Air Conditioning specializes in everything from repairs and maintenance to inspections and installations. So if you need to install a new central air conditioner in your Newmarket home or want a professional opinion on whether to repair or replace your furnace, ClimateAir is here.
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