Winter is almost here. Even in Atlanta, HVAC systems need to be tuned up before they are going to see some winter use. It is very important to have your system inspected before you start heavy winter usage. Getting an inspection done can reveal a lot of issues and even tune your system up to make sure it is working at peak efficiency through the winter.
Your HVAC system is a complex system. There are a lot of things that can go wrong that won’t necessarily cause the system to break. Instead, these issues cause the system to work harder than it is designed to. Two things can happen because of this.
First, the system is going to use more energy to get the same amount of work done. A clogged filter or dirty motor means that your system has to work harder to get the same amount of heat to the areas that need it. More energy means higher energy bills through the winter.
Second, a system that works harder is getting more wear and tear than it should. When you project the life of your HVAC system, that’s under the assumption that your system is working at its peak efficiency. If you have leaking or clogged ducts, dirty motors or clogged filters, the system works harder. That creates more wear and tear, which shortens the life of your system.
If you have an electric furnace, then you can just skip on down to the next topic, this one is for the heating fuel and natural gas owners.
A furnace that runs on any form of combustion based heat can form a leak. Kerosene, natural gas or heating oil furnaces all run on the same principal. Heat generated by the burning of that fuel. If there is a fuel line leak, it can be hard to detect. Unfortunately, a serious leak could lead to a fire, explosion or other damage to your home. At inspection we will check for leaks at the unit so we can have them taken care of before anything serious happens.
Fix It Before You Need It
Getting an inspection done now will help to reveal issues with your furnace. This allows you time to get them fixed before you actually need your furnace in the winter time. Nobody wants to wake up to a nice brisk 40 degree home. This can happen if your furnace stops working in the middle of winter. Any issues that you find now can be repaired so that your system will work throughout the entire winter, without causing you any issues.
Quick Service From Your Atlanta HVAC Specialists
As more people use their heating systems, more systems fail. Don’t take the chance of having to wait to have your HVAC system fixed when you need it most. Contact us today for an inspection.