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Some of the services that we are able to refer include but aren’t limited to :
- Duct cleaning
- AC and furnace repair
- Regular tune-ups and check-ups
- Installation and replacement
- Plumbing and pipe maintenance (limited)
- Air quality checks
Contracting someone out to take a look at your air ducts may be something that you’re not used to. Sometimes problems with your central air conditioning system stem from this issue alone and can greatly reduce the effectiveness all of your heating and cooling.
Having your air ducts and vents checked on a yearly basis in North Georgia is an encouraged practice among homeowners. Not only will it provide you better air quality throughout your environment but it will also help keep your HVAC system running efficiently. As a result, this will help reduce costs at the end of the month. Plus, everybody loves the thought of being greener and saving energy.
A few things that can help indicate whether or not you need to have your ducts cleaned can be found below.
First of all, can you see dust and dirt visually when you look in your air duct shaft? If there appears to be a lot of dust and dirt, then it’s highly recommended that you contact someone to have them cleaned. If you happen to own a dog or cat then there is a very good chance that your vent will be quite dirtier than the average homeowner.
Another way to tell if your air ducts need to be cleaned is if you notice any extra insects, bugs are rodents running around. That’s usually a pretty good indication that there is excess dirt and possibly a crack or crevice. This can be a fairly serious matter and is something that should be looked at as soon as possible.
The third thing on our list has to do his mold and bacteria. Any form of this growth can be a serious matter to your health and should not be ignored. The minute that you noticed any type of mold growing anywhere new your vents or in your home in general you should have a professional North Georgia Air & Heat expert take a look at it right away.
There are other things to take note of for example foul odors etc. Although, as long as you take note and take care of your system on a regular basis then you should be aware of any problems that come your way.
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Replacing your filter is probably one of the most common HVAC procedures. Besides cleaning out your air ducts, we believe that this is another one of the most requested maintenance services.
It’s actually a little bit less technical than your other furnace or air conditioner service tasks, although it still requires a little bit of direction.
To see more information on how to perform this task, see the video below.
See more about replacing a compressor right here.
Advanced repair such as servicing your compressor unit on your HVAC system is something you should probably not do by yourself. Contracting a certified technician in your local area is probably a better idea even though it will cost you a bit of cash.
If it were something as easy as cleaning a filter, then by all means take a shot at it. However, we would still recommend consulting a professional before you do it.
Below is a quick video explaining how to go about fixing a compressor on your air conditioner system. Like we stated before we don’t recommend doing it by yourself, but this video is great for educational purposes.
See more about replacing a filer on your HVAC system.
Handymen from the Tennessee and North Georgia area. We have worked in the HVAC industry for a long time and wish to share our knowledge with anyone who is interested in reading. Our goal with this blog is to make your air conditioner and furnace needs and issues much easier to deal with over the course of the season.
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