In many ways, HVAC maintenance is comparable to car maintenance. They both fail to magically take care of themselves. Ongoing oil changes are an inevitable part of vehicle ownership, just like HVAC maintenance is to home ownership. Learn how to keep a well-oiled home comfort system by understanding the most common problems that can occur when you fail to undergo regular HVAC maintenance in our latest blog!
The best way to prepare your home comfort system for the summer ahead is to understand the most common issues that often arise.
Balanced circulation is paramount to maintaining a comfortable temperature throughout your residence. Sometimes old ductwork can hinder your air conditioner’s performance. Consider the age and efficiency of your air ducts. Proper ventilation is vital to a happy, cool home.
Dirty filters are the number one cause of furnace failure. Set a quarterly reminder on your phone to change the filter every three months or so. Better yet, enroll in one of our Filter Replacement Programs to get a new filter sent to your home automatically every 90 days.
Refrigerant leaks are another issue that is far too common. Sometimes, refrigerant levels can become dangerously low due to a leak in the system. When that happens, call upon one of our many trusted technicians to diagnose the severity of the leak to potentially save you from a hazardous situation in the future.
WORN OUT ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS
Sometimes, diagnosing an issue is not as easy as one may think. When the problem stems from the electrical components, it is best to call on a professional for further inspection.
Regular HVAC Maintenance is Cool | Bob’s Heating & Air Conditioning
Bob’s Heating & Air Conditioning is a premier HVAC contractor that has been serving the greater Puget Sound region for over 60 years. We have the experienced and certified technicians needed to examine the wellbeing of your HVAC system. Better yet, enroll in one of our Guardian Maintenance programs to ensure regular HVAC maintenance is taken care of. Contact us online or call at (425) 689-7778.