A furnace is designed to work great for only so long, even if you put a lot of effort into maintaining it. Here are some situations that would definitely make furnace replacement a good investment to carry out for your property.
There are some furnaces more vulnerable to corrosion than others. They may not have been built with the best weatherproof materials and when the humidity gets to a certain point, materials can start corroding and breaking down.
Did you come home to a house that is a bit colder than it should be, only to discover that the furnace isn't working? If so, you're likely wondering what can be done to fix it as soon as possible. While you may need an HVAC technician to get to the bottom of what's wrong, there are three simple things you can do to troubleshoot your HVAC system.
Check The Thermostat
Despite the fact that most of the country is moving out of the warmer months, there's still plenty of time for your AC unit to give you problems. While some of these can be solved by the homeowner with relative ease, other issues require a professional HVAC company to perform air conditioning repairs on your unit. Unfortunately, the problems that plague most air conditioners are relatively common, so work through the list below if your unit starts to give you grief and see if any of the symptoms line up.
If you have central heating and air units installed on all of the residential mobile home sites at your rental park, foregoing routine maintenance may have resulted in some of your tenants complaining about the cooling or heating capabilities of their equipment. Besides driving up energy costs due to a unit operating inefficiently, you are subjecting yourself to needing to provide frequent repairs that could be costly. Make the upkeep of equipment a priority and seek units that are more technologically advanced.
You don't want your AC to go out when you need it most, so proper maintenance is a must. The outdoor unit is the most exposed and prone to problems. By knowing the most common reasons for an AC problem, you can work to prevent it.
1. Keep the Area Debris-Free
Debris around the unit can block the vents and reduce airflow, or coat the evaporator coils with dirt and reduce cooling.