At first, trying to understand your HVAC may seem difficult. That is because the equipment involves many components. However, information is available that you might not know about, which will make learning about this simple.
If problems arise with the HVAC system, check the entire house before contacting someone to come for repairs. Figure out which rooms are too cool or warm. Doing so can help your technician fix your HVAC issue quickly.
Know what you need before you hire a contractor. A contractor will be hard pressed to provide you with an over-the-phone estimate if unfamiliar with your system. It will be even harder if you cannot explain what you have done. So, figure out this information before anything else.
Clean the debris on your condenser units. Your HVAC system may run into problems after storms if it is surrounded by debris. It will damage the system by overheating.
When you cut the grass, don’t cover the outdoor units with their clippings. Make sure the grass does not get in your unit. Also do this when blowing leaves or shoveling snow.
Check to determine if the fan condenser on your HVAC system is equipped with oil ports, and if it is, be sure to lubricate every year. You will notice these ports have a rubber or metal cap covering them. Put about ten drops or less of a good non-detergent SAE 20 oil into each port.
When selecting the spot to put the outdoor compressor for your unit, choose somewhere that gets plenty of shade. When it draws in air for cooling, it will be more efficient because it will not need to work as hard to cool down the air.
Now you know all about the HVAC system. You must stay motivated when learning about this unit. You won’t be sorry you did, especially when it clicks in your mind!
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