If you’re experiencing an issue with your heating or cooling system, it’s important to figure out if the issue is serious. This knowledge will help your HVAC company to deal with the problem more efficiently. In today’s article, Allison Air Conditioning, the top air conditioning company in our local area, shares some basic HVAC troubleshooting tips you can try before scheduling an HVAC service appointment.
What to Do If There’s No Heat
If you have a gas furnace, you need to check its shut-off valve and make sure that it wasn’t accidently switched off. Your thermostat controls might also be a possible reason why you’re not getting any heat. Try turning your thermostat off and then on again and resetting the temperature settings. We also suggest resetting your home’s circuit breaker. If none of these tips work, then you need to call us for an inspection.
What to Do If Your Utility Bill Is Higher Than Expected
If your utility bill is higher than expected, you need to take the following steps. First, check if your thermostat is set to a temperature that’s drastically colder or warmer than the temperature outside. The more drastic the difference, the harder your system has to work to maintain that temperature. You should also check to see if your utility company has raised their rates without you noticing. Otherwise you need to call us for a furnace or air conditioning repair and inspection.
What to Do if There’s No Airflow
If airflow from your system is lacking, you’ll need to inspect the filters and coils. Check the owner’s guide of your HVAC system to learn how to replace the filters for your heating or cooling system. Keep in mind that you need to use the right filter type. If the filter isn’t the problem, then a dirty coil may be disrupting the flow of air. You’ll need professional help to handle this problem, so give our company a call.
If your heating or cooling system needs maintenance then you’ve come to the right place. Allison Air Conditioning has been helping local homeowners with their HVAC needs for over 30 years. Our HVAC technicians are licensed and NATE® certified so they have the knowledge and skills to deal with any kind of heating or cooling problem. We also offer financing options so you can get the HVAC products and services you deserve. We serve many areas, including Corona. Call us at (951) 356-4224 to learn more about our products and services or to get a free estimate. You can also contact us here.If your furnace or air conditioning system has an issue, then you need to determine if it’s a problem that requires professional help. Learn how to do this here.