We’re guessing that HVAC repair is not something you have added to your Christmas wish list. In all honesty, who puts that on the list of things they want under the tree? Probably no one. But the truth is, it might be a perfect time to have your HVAC system looked over. A maintenance visit just might help avoid an HVAC emergency or major repairs. Family may be coming to stay with you this holiday season and loss of heat would certainly be a hassle during their visit. Also, colder weather is on the horizon, meaning your furnace needs to be ready to work correctly until springtime.
Some signs HVAC Repair is needed
If your furnace seems to start up and quickly shut down again before the thermostat temperature has been reached, it is short cycling. This can indicate a big problem and keep you in blankets all seasons long. When your furnace begins to short cycle, it is not functioning as well as it should. Not running through a full heating cycle causes it to continue to start and restart, attempting to reach the proper temperature. This causes excessive wear and tear on your unit which can increase the risk of major operational problems. Higher repair costs and a shortened lifespan can be negative results along with increased energy bills.
Cool, tepid or lukewarm air blowing from your furnace is another sign that HVAC repairs are needed. Problems with the heating element or burner or issues with improper temperature controls could be the cause. Either way, cool air is an obvious indication that HVAC repairs are needed.
Maintain Your HVAC System
Be sure to do what you can to extend the life of your furnace throughout the year. Set an alarm on your cell phone to remind you to change your filter monthly. And sign up for regular maintenance visits from Westerhouse Heating and Cooling. Bi-annual visits in the fall and the spring will help to keep your entire HVAC system running optimally and adequately. Increased efficiency can make a significant dent in your monthly energy bills and improve the life of your system. Westerhouse, located in Eudora, KS also serves De Soto, Johnson County, Lawrence, and the surrounding areas. They are a family owned HVAC company dedicated to quality service.
Call (785) 542-2707 Monday through Friday between 8 am and 5 pm for an appointment or contact them online. Should you require emergency HVAC service, they are available 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. You can trust that Westerhouse Heating and Cooling will do right by you.
Thanks for pointing out that cool, tepid or lukewarm air blowing from your furnace is a sign that HVAC repairs are needed. My husband and I have been having a problem with hour heating not working right and not warming up our home. I think it would be smart to look into HVAC companies that can help us repair it so that we can be comfortable again.
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