Talking About Duct Maintenance and RepairsTalking About Duct Maintenance and Repairs


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Talking About Duct Maintenance and Repairs

Hello, my name is Edward McLaughlin. I am going to use my site to talk about duct cleaning and repair. The ducts running through your home send hot or cold air to each room in an effort to control temperatures. The temperature the system strives to achieve is set at the thermostat. Without cleaning and repairing the ducts, the air will fail to flow to the proper location, keeping temperatures at improper levels. I will talk about the different tools and techniques used by HVAC contractors to maintain and fix the ducts. Please feel free to use the information on my site to keep your ductwork in perfect shape. Thanks for visiting.

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The System Shuts Off Automatically

If your system is somewhat new, it probably has an automatic shut-off switch. This switch is a safety precaution, and it will automatically turn the system off if the condensate pan or pipe is filled. If your system is shutting off when there is no liquid, it's time to schedule a repair.

It's Constantly Running

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It's Costing a Fortune

This is particularly a problem if your system is consistently running or cycling, but any system that is in need of repair or maintenance is going to be less efficient and cost you more money in energy bills. Monitor your cooling expenses and make sure that your rates aren't unexplainably increasing.

It Expels Less Air

If your system suddenly blows less air than normal, it's another sign you may want to contact a repair technician. One reason your system may expel less air is because the filter or the ducts are too dirty, making it hard for air to pass through.

It Makes Strange Sounds

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Something Smells Funny

If your home suddenly starts to smell a little funky when you're using the AC, check it out quickly. One common smell complaint is a musty smell, which may indicate mold spores. Your technician will be able to determine if the system is producing too much humidity. Another possible smell is burning. This may indicate the system is overheating and may even cause a fire.

It's a lot cheaper to fix a little problem early than to replace the whole system, so if you notice one or more of these problems, it's time for a fix. For more information, contact an AC repair technician, such as one from A & E Heating and AC Inc, today.