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Signs It Is Time To Schedule HVAC Service

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While whole-house HVAC systems are relatively easy to keep up with, they require ongoing maintenance. Schedule a yearly maintenance appointment with your local HVAC contractor to keep your air conditioning unit working its best. However, there are several warning signs that you'll need to schedule a more urgent service appointment to have your system worked on. If you notice any of the following issues, schedule an appointment to have your HVAC unit serviced: 

Constant Need to Adjust the Thermostat

An HVAC system that is working won't need to be adjusted very often at all. Instead, you should be able to set the temperature that you'd like and trust that your system will maintain it. If you constantly need to adjust because your house is getting too warm or too cold, your system may not function correctly. You may have issues with the thermostat itself, or it may not be circulating the air throughout your home well enough to maintain the correct temperature. Either way, a skilled HVAC technician can evaluate the situation and repair your system to work the way it should. 

Ice on the Air Conditioner

If you notice that your HVAC unit is collecting ice while cooling your home, you must contact an air conditioning service professional. The unit freezing over means it cannot handle the demand that it's under, and you'll need a skilled professional to determine what is causing the issue. In the meantime, turn your air conditioning system off entirely and let the ice thaw. If it's indoors, place towels around it on the floor to collect the water that will drain off of it as the ice melts so that you don't wind up with water damage in your home. 

Excess Moisture in the Home

An HVAC system that works correctly will help regulate the moisture levels in your home. If you notice that your home is overly humid, your heating and cooling system may not work as intended. You'll first notice this when condensation develops on the glass of your windows and doors. If you see this, it's a sign that you're having issues with your home's heating and cooling or insulation. Contact a local HVAC contractor and explain the situation so that they can assist you.  When you're having issues with your HVAC unit, it's vital to make an appointment to have a skilled professional evaluate your system. They can determine what's gone wrong and provide you with a quote to repair or replace your system.

Contact a local HVAC contractor today for air conditioning services