During the winter and summer months, our HVAC units work overtime to ensure that we’re comfortable throughout the season while bringing in fresh, clean air to breathe. However, if you find that your HVAC unit shuts off intermittently, then your unit is “short cycling”. This isn’t an issue that you should try to DIY, so you should leave it to your HVAC and home furnace repair professional, as they have the skills and tools to pull off the job correctly.
Many homeowners understand the importance of their HVAC system but don’t know much about its inner workings or what makes it function properly. One of these components is the HVAC ductwork. These ducts are responsible for pumping clean air into your home, and any issues with them could compromise your HVAC system’s performance and lead to wear and tear.
Most everyone is stuck inside the house due to COVID-19. However, did you know that air pollution can also occur indoors? According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), indoor air pollution is linked to headaches, dizziness and fatigue. The World Health Organization calls tiis phenomena “sick building syndrome”.
Spring is just around the corner, which means allergy season will soon be here. Airborne allergens and dirty air ducts can pose health risks to your household. In addition to improving your indoor air quality, maintaining your HVAC system can also increase your home’s energy efficiency, reduce electric bills and prevent costly repairs.