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By John Amigo /

Coming home is the moment we look for after a long day. However, finding that your  HVAC system isn’t properly working can be very frustrating. It’s important to perform regular maintenance on your heating and cooling system to prevent common issues from arising.

Here are the 5 most common HVAC problems to look out for in your home and how you can fix them.

  1. Thermostat Issues

If you’re having issues with your thermostat, it could be for a few reasons. First, check if the thermostat is set to the correct temperature. If it is, it could indicate a problem with the thermostat or wiring. It’s best to have a professional inspect the thermostat and wiring to diagnose and repair the problem.

  1. Dirty Air Filters

Clogged air filters reduce airflow and make the HVAC system work harder, resulting in higher energy bills and reduced efficiency. Changing your air filters once every 1-3 months is recommended depending on the filter type. Replacing clogged filters can significantly improve your HVAC system’s performance.

  1. Frozen Coils

Ice buildup on the condenser coils outside or evaporator coils inside indicate a refrigerant or airflow problem. Frozen coils will prevent the HVAC system from cooling or heating properly. It’s best to turn off the HVAC system and have a professional inspect the coils and refrigerant levels to safely thaw the ice and repair the underlying issue.

  1. Noisy HVAC System

Loud noises coming from the HVAC system can indicate issues with the fan belts, bearings, or other moving parts. The noises tend to get louder over time, so it’s best to have the system serviced as soon as loud noises are noticed. A professional can inspect the parts making the noise and perform the necessary repairs or replacements to quiet down the system and prevent a complete system failure.

  1. Leaking or Blocked Condensate Drain

The condensate drain removes water that condenses from the evaporator coils. If the drain is clogged or leaking, it can damage your HVAC system and cause water damage to your home. It’s important to inspect and clear condensate drains periodically. Also, you should have a professional address any leaks or blockages to prevent costly HVAC issues and potential water damage.

Get The Best Solution For Your HVAC Issues!

HVAC systems are the technological workhorses of homes and businesses, providing essential temperature control and air circulation. However, HVAC problems can arise anytime, disrupting comfort and daily life. Fortunately, many issues can be avoided or mitigated through proper maintenance and prompt troubleshooting

At Brighton Air Corp, we believe every homeowner should have access to professional HVAC repairs and services. Our licensed technicians are available 24/7 with our emergency services, and we offer financial assistance to ensure you get the help you need without worrying about not being able to cover it.

Get the comfortable temperature you deserve. Get in touch with the experts!


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