Have you noticed a sudden spike in your energy consumption, but you don’t know why? Is your air conditioner running all the time, but your home is still stuffy? Chances are that there might be some hidden problems, so you should consider consulting with experienced contractors.
Is that a clunk or a high-pitched whine you hear from your furnace? Or is the heat blowing cool? Does your furnace not warm up your home no matter how long the heat runs? These are indications that something is wrong with your furnace. Most homeowners face the same set of issues when it comes to their furnace systems. Here are five of the top problems homeowners face with their furnaces.
If you have a heating and cooling system, you have air filters. An air filter's primary job is to prevent large airborne particles from entering or clogging your HVAC system. Some air filters do also do the job of preventing certain allergens and pollutants from recirculating throughout your home's duct system, however that is not their main role.
Temperatures in Richmond will soon be dropping. For most of us, our air conditioners and heat pumps are grateful for the break. They worked over time this summer - intaking air and disbursing colder air. All that air has to pass through out air filters which by now have had time to accumulate dust, pollen, mold and other particles from your home’s air.