When you have issues with your heating or cooling system, it can sometimes be difficult to figure out what the problem could be. Does your system just need to be serviced, or do you need to have it replaced?
Figuring out the basics before you call a technician can sometimes eliminate costly repairs that might not be entirely necessary. By doing your homework, you can ensure that you’re selecting a reliable HVAC technician that knows your system and can get it up and running quickly.
We have several common issues to check for here, but we also wanted to provide some good external resources to help you troubleshoot your system and to ensure you have the proper information before you spend thousands of dollars repairing or replacing your HVAC system.
HVAC Troubleshooting Resources
If you’re looking for a comprehensive HVAC Guide, Hannabery HVAC has you covered. Check out this comprehensive FAQ section on heating and cooling systems—they highlight the most common issues, let you know what you are able to repair yourself, and what needs to be handled by a professional HVAC technician.
Several common problems occur because an HVAC system may not have been serviced regularly. Before you turn your heating or cooling system on, check out this video by Approved Home Pros, where they discuss the issues you can have, and the differences between tuning up, repairing, and replacing your system.
Servicing Your Heating System or Cooling System
Ever wonder what a comprehensive HVAC service call includes? Check out this video from T&N Services that steps you through the process that they use to determine the issues and correct problems on an HVAC service call.
*Note: this is just one perspective of how a service call should be performed—an actual call could vary depending on the system you have, who performs the inspection, and what issues your HVAC system might have.
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