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Helping You Better Understand Hvac With These Simple To Follow Tips

TIP! Prior to putting in a service call on your HVAC, be able to identify it. It is important to understand what model it is and which brand it is.

It is not easy for homeowners to understand where to go when the HVAC system isn’t working properly. To prevent the situation from becoming disastrous, it is worth any time spent to become familiar with the subject. This article will help you understand everything there is to know about the HVAC.

TIP! Tour your home before calling a contractor. Make a list of the temperatures in each room and whether they are hot or cold.

Know what type of system you currently have before calling someone to fix it. Know the model and brand and find it’s maintenance history, if possible. This will enable you to give your chosen contractor any information they might need.

TIP! Clean the coils and blades in your condenser at the beginning of summer. If you are doing more than a light surface cleaning, make sure that the power is shut off to the HVAC unit.

Cleaning the blades and coils will help the system run better. Prior to working on or cleaning the unit, be sure to turn off the power. Clean off any leaves or debris from your external condenser unit.

TIP! Be sure to clean external condenser units regularly. After a wind or rain storm things may pile up, causing problems with your HVAC system.

Your outdoor HVAC units might suffer when your trees lose leaves. Frequently clean the fan grill when trees are shedding leaves. The fan needs to be able to get proper air inside without any blockages, and extra blockage can later develop into more serious problems.

TIP! Each spring, clean the fan blades and coils on your condenser. Before you do so, shut off the power to ensure that none of the parts will move while you work on it.

Lubricate the oil ports on your condenser once each year. Such ports tend to have coverings made of rubber or metal. Choose a SAE 20 oil whch is lightweight and non-detergent and place 10 drops or less into each port, ensuring it doesn’t overfill.

TIP! During the fall, leaves can gather around your HVAC. Cleaning your unit is very important for its effectiveness.

Consumers are usually advised to have their HVAC systems inspected twice a year. This should be checked often for debris and malfunctions. Although there might not be any noticeable issues, it is important to provide regular upkeep to prevent bad things from happening.

TIP! If the fan condenser on your unit has ports for oil, make sure you lubricate it once a year. Such ports tend to have coverings made of rubber or metal.

Experiencing serious problems with your HVAC during the dead of winter or heat of summer can spell big trouble. If you perform regular maintenance, you are less likely to experience an untimely break down. The tips you learned here can help homeowners make informed decisions regarding their HVAC systems.

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