HVAC System Not Working Properly? Here’s What You Should Do

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You might not see much of your HVAC system, but you definitely feel it. Your HVAC system, or your heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and cooling system, brings you instant relief during hot summers and much-needed heat during cold winters. Even when the weather outside is fair, your HVAC system is still hard at work making sure your indoor space is comfortable.

HVAC System Not Working Properly? Here’s What You Should Do

If you suspect that something might be wrong with your HVAC system, here are some things to watch out for:

  • Odd Noises. If you notice an unusual noise coming from your HVAC system, that could be cause for concern. While it’s normal for your HVAC system to emit some kind of noise as it runs, this sound should be low and subtle. Loud buzzing, rattling, grinding, or whistling is a sign of trouble.
  • Leaks. Dripping or a stream liquid coming from your HVAC system is another indicator that something’s not right.
  • Poor Airflow. Bad air circulation can make any room uncomfortable. You might put your hand near a vent to check the airflow. If you feel little to no air blowing out, this also points to a problem with your HVAC system.

HVAC Repair

If you’ve experienced any of these problems or notice an issue that isn’t listed above, it’s a good idea to have your HVAC system evaluated by our professionals at AppleBlossom Energy.

An energy efficiency contractor will first want to take a look at the problem area and find its source. They may run tests, including a duct leakage test, a blower door test, or another kind of test to get a full and accurate scope of the issue.

Once the issue is determined, your contractor will work with you to find a solution and get started on any needed repairs. Getting help from our experts ensures that your HVAC system will be handled with the utmost care, and you’ll be able to stay informed throughout the entire process.

Contact us today to discuss other HVAC problem warning signs and feel free to ask more about our expertise and services.