Some HVAC issues are considered emergencies and would require the expertise of a certified technician. These include a furnace or AC not turning on, and a weird smell or a strange noise coming from the unit. But what’s behind these HVAC emergencies to begin with? Climate Systems Heating and Cooling takes a look at some of the most common.

Excessive Usage

Excessive use can damage the HVAC system’s interior components and accelerate its wear and tear. Systems that see frequent use but aren’t given enough care and maintenance can lead to burned out wires, misaligned fans, and other problems that compromise their efficiency and performance. Apart from scheduling maintenance checks, consider installing a programmable thermostat. This way, you can program different temperatures depending on the household’s usage and the time of day.

Incorrect Sizing

The wrong HVAC size will not only consume more electricity but also cause inconsistent room temperatures. Oversized and undersized units will also age and break down frequently. If you are planning to invest in a new furnace or AC unit, be sure to work with a trusted HVAC service contractor who can determine its proper size based on your home’s square footage, level of insulation, and your local climate, among others.

Poor Quality

Low-quality components used to replace damaged parts of the HVAC unit may not be able to handle the strain put on them, increasing the system’s likelihood of early failure. Whether you’re having your HVAC system replaced or repaired, be sure to choose only well-known brands trusted by numerous homeowners and HVAC contractors nationwide. As a Carrier Factory Authorized dealer, we are qualified to provide the most effective options in heating, cooling, and air quality.

The experienced technicians at Climate Systems Heating and Cooling have decades of experience and the right tools to help you with your HVAC installation, repair and maintenance needs. To learn more about our HVAC products, including the Carrier Infinity and iWave air purifiers and ecobee thermostats, call us at (724) 935-3900, or fill out our contact form to get a free estimate.

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