Your HVAC system is something that often goes unnoticed until it needs to be repaired or replaced. In part one of this ongoing series, we’ll take an in-depth look at some of the most common HVAC problems homeowners in the Front Range area experience.
If your HVAC system is acting up, or if it’s been a while since your last HVAC service appointment, then get in touch with a member of Pure Air Solutions! Our Top Rated Local® HVAC company has more than 20 years of experience in the HVAC repair industry, and we’ll gladly help you turn your home into the comfortable space you deserve.
One of the main problems our HVAC company addresses is energy efficiency. You want to make the most of the energy you pay for, and steadily increasing utility bills are an indication that your home isn’t making the most of the energy it’s using. Assuming that you’re making an effort to keep your doors and windows closed when you’re running your HVAC system, the problem could be with the system itself. Old and outdated systems are notorious for drawing excessive amounts of power to perform their jobs, and this will be reflected on the bottom line of your utility bills. Get in touch with our HVAC company if you’re interested in learning more about efficient HVAC systems!
Are certain areas of your home significantly warmer or cooler than others? If so, then the problem may be your ducts or the rooms themselves. Check to ensure that the windows and doors in the room are sealed, and if they are, then call an HVAC professional for a duct inspection. Completely clogged, unsealed, or partially obstructed ducts impede airflow and lead to drastic temperature differences throughout your home. Call one of our HVAC technicians as soon as you notice uneven temperatures in your home and we’ll be there to help you diagnose and address the problem!
Strange odors are indicative of a variety of problems, but more often than not, they’re caused by a dirty and severely clogged air filter. Many homeowners forget to change their air filters, and this can lead to unpleasant aromas filling your home when the unit is active. Electrical odors and the scent of burning plastic are usually indicative of an overheated component, but electrical malfunctions and melted wires can also create similar smells.
No matter what, you should always turn off your unit and call Pure Air Solutions for HVAC repair as soon as you notice that your system is emitting an unfamiliar smell. Doing so could save both your home and your health from a disaster.
We hope that this blog post will help you diagnose and anticipate problems with your HVAC system. If you’re experiencing any of these issues, or you would like to schedule an HVAC repair appointment, then give us a call at (720) 408-5893 or fill out the contact form at the bottom of this page. We look forward to speaking with you soon!