A heat pump that isn’t pumping enough heat doesn’t just make for an uncomfortable winter: it may also increase heating costs and wear and tear. In today’s post, local heating and air conditioning company Amber Air Conditioning Inc. discusses how to troubleshoot your heat pump if it’s not heating properly.
Winter can be mild in some areas, and this can make it a little tricky to decide whether to turn your HVAC system off or to just keep it running. Generally, how you use your HVAC system during a mild winter depends on your own needs and preferences, as well as the characteristics of your home.
If your furnace keeps blowing its fuse, the problem could possibly be resulting from worn or faulty components, loose wires or excessive dirt. In order to prevent further damage to your HVAC system, it’s important to identify the main issue and have it fixed as soon as possible.
This fall, your biggest expenses will come from your home’s HVAC system. But there are ways to ensure your indoor air quality is good and your home stays warm and comfortable without driving up your utility bills. Just be sure to avoid the following costly mistakes:
As the weather starts to cool down, you should start testing your home’s heating system to make sure that it’s working properly. If you have a heat pump, you need to make sure that it blows out warm air when you need it to — instead of blowing cool air. In today’s post, Amber Air Conditioning Inc. discusses what you should do if your heat pump gets stuck in cooling mode.