Some popular fall activities include apple and pumpkin picking, leaf viewing, and hayrides. Unfortunately, fall does not only bring good times. Another usual fall occurrence is preparing your home for winter and dealing with falling temperatures. Here are some common fall HVAC issues to be aware of.
Clogging of Outside Drains
There could be various reasons why your home’s drains are clogged. However, leaves are the most common cause of clogged drains outside of your home. Leaves and rain frequently combine to clog sewer drains. To avoid this, use a rake to remove leaves from around storm drains prior to a storm. This can help to avoid problems.
Do you live in a flood zone? If this is the case, you’ll want to keep your sump pump from losing power during a storm. Fortunately, Air Group’s whole-house generators assist in maintaining power during a storm.
Is your HVAC equipment making a peculiar rattling sound? This most likely signifies that there is anything in your outdoor HVAC system, such as a little twig.
Should I repair or replace?
With winter just around the corner, it’s time to assess your heating requirements. Is your HVAC system running efficiently? Is it dependable? It’s always a good idea to plan ahead, so now is the time to address any heating difficulties. Consider whether your current heating system needs to be repaired or replaced.
Filters that are dirty
Did you realize that filthy air filters cause your HVAC system to work inefficiently? Ensure that your air filters are changed every 30 to 90 days. This guarantees that your system is bringing in clean air.
Fortunately, Air Temp Control can assist you with all of your HVAC requirements. Air Temp Control specialists are qualified to do the job correctly the first time, so they can assist you with any problems you may encounter this fall.
Call Air Temp Control today to solve all of your frequent fall HVAC issues.