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You Can Handle All Your HVAC Woes Easily With The Help Of This Article

TIP! Know what type of system you currently have before calling someone to fix it. Write down what brand your system is along with the model number and, if they’re available, maintenance records.

Those with HVAC systems are aware of how important it is to have one that runs properly. An HVAC unit that runs poorly will only end up costing you money on pricey repairs. This article can help you keep your HVAC unit in tip top shape.

TIP! Clean the fan blades and coils on the condenser fan every spring. First, the power should be turned off so things don’t move as you work.

Before the summer you should clean out your condenser fan’s blades and coils. Turn off the power if you are going to work on your HVAC system. Clean off any leaves or debris from your external condenser unit.

TIP! If there are oil ports on your fan condenser, lubricate it annually. These are usually covered with rubber or metal caps.

If the condenser for your HVAC system is located outside, make sure you clear away any debris that might settle in or around it. Leaves and debris can accumulate quickly, particularly following storms, and that can cause problems for your system. If you do not, the unit may get too hot and cause additional problems.

TIP! Be sure you have the HVAC unit in your home checked about two times every year. The best times to have the system checked is spring and fall, so you are sure everything is running at peak performance before the heating and cooling seasons.

Clean the coils on the condenser fan from time to time. Turn the power off so nothing moves. Then, pop off its grills, pull the blades out, and begin cleaning the unit and them gently.

TIP! When colder weather arrives, switch off all outdoor condenser units. Once the temperature drops into the 50s, the unit should no longer be on.

As the trees around your home lose leaves, it can cause your HVAC unit trouble. When you see nearby trees shedding their leaves, clean the fan grill on your unit constantly. When blockages restrict the flow of air to the fan, you could end up with serious issues on your hands.

TIP! Update the windows in your home to double-paned if you own it. During the summer, the use of double-pane windows will help keep the cool air locked inside of the home.

A shady spot is always a good choice for the placement of your outdoor compressor. When the unit sucks in cooler air, then less work is required to cool it further which in turn boosts the units efficiency.

TIP! If you want your energy costs to go down, have the heating an cooling system you own serviced every year at least. The motor should be checked, the parts oiled and the freon levels inspected.

The HVAC system should always be functioning properly. You don’t want a faulty HVAC since it can cost you lots of extra cash for maintenance and large bills. Keep these tips handy so you never forget anything.

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