If your HVAC systems are malfunctioning, it can take a serious toll on your comfort and productivity, and in the extremes of summer or winter, can be cause for health problems. If you are experiencing problems with your HVAC systems, such as:
Katy HVAC services can help you solve these problems and prevent them in the future.
One of the most common causes of disruption of your HVAC systems involves the thermostat. This controls both the heating and cooling of your home or business by detecting the temperature of the room and comparing it to the desired temperature setting. It then adjusts the temperature accordingly. If you are experiencing uneven temperatures, or if your system is not starting or stopping as it should, it is often a result of the thermostat rather than a more cumbersome issue. Be sure to check your thermostat. Often, the solution is as easy as replacing the battery or making a simple adjustment on your settings. For more complex problems, Katy HVAC services can fix the problem.
Your HVAC ventilation systems will over time build up dust, grime, and debris. This creates an environment which is perfect for dust mites and bacteria to live, which are then dispersed throughout your home. Regular cleaning is important for your health. You can do this yourself to some extent, but for a professional cleaning, Katy HVAC services is here to help.
Because your HVAC systems are constantly moving air through them, your air filters will eventually build up enough dirt that they will need to be cleaned. When this is not done, they don’t perform as they should and this leads to low airflow. It is important to replace your air filters regularly. If you lack the time or resources to do so, Katy HVAC services can replace them.
When heating your home in those cold winter months, low airflow can result in a build-up of dust and grime on your heating coils. This leads to unclean air, an unpleasant burning smell, and if left unresolved for too long, is a potential fire hazard. Katy HVAC services can clean or replace your heating coils.