Top 5 Common HVAC Problems and How to Fix them
Can’t pinpoint why your HVAC system isn’t performing optimally? Take a look below at the most common HVAC problems.
Question: My energy bill has increased, and I don’t know why.
Answer: Have you checked your air filters recently?
Regularly replacing your filers is one of the easiest and most important things you can do to help extend the efficiency and overall life of your system. Clogged or dirty air filters will restrict airflow, forcing your units to work overtime to circulate air throughout your home. This can cause your systems to overheat or shut off. Reduce the need of replacement with an upgraded Sobieski MERV filter.
Question: My system isn’t performing as well as it used to.
Answer: When was the last time you had your systems evaluated?
Prevent minor HVAC issues from becoming unexpected breakdowns by remembering to schedule a yearly Sobieski ProCheck on your systems. Our dedicated team will run a multi-point inspection to evaluate the overall performance and function of your units to ensure they run at optimal efficiency when YOU need it most.
Question: My gas furnace won’t start suddenly or takes a while to kick on.
Answer: It’s best to call Sobieski today!
Are your systems failing to start like normal? There could be multiple reasons for this issue such as:
- Dirty or clogged flame sensor, pilot, or burners
- Gas supply problem
- Wear and tear on the ignition
Regardless of the issues, if your unit is not functioning like it should, it’s best to trust the experts at Sobieski to look into the problem further.
Question: My circuit breaker keeps tripping when I use my heater or air conditioner.
Answer: Don’t risk fixing it yourself, call us!
There could be a multitude of issues that could be leading to your circuit breaker tripping each time you use your HVAC systems. Continuing to reset your breaker without fixing the source of the problem could cause unnecessary wear and tear on your systems. Take the headache out of troubleshooting by giving Sobieski’s team of experts a call today
Question: My system won’t turn on when I change the thermostat.
Answer: Have you checked the power supply?
There are hundreds of different thermostats, both programmable and non-programmable. Like all technology, issues can happen with your thermostat that can cause a break in the connection between the systems in your home. If you have checked that your thermostat is still receiving power, and the batteries have been changed (if needed) it’s time to call a professional to ensure your thermostat doesn’t need to be replaced. Check out our incredible offers on our programmable systems below!
The issue you may be experiencing with your system may not have been covered on this page, but please reach out to a member of our team. We would be happy to answer any questions you may have!