HVAC System Repair Tips

An important “responsibility” of any home is to provide you and your family with protection from the elements; often thought of as wind, rain, snow, or hail. However, protection against extreme heat is often thought to be equally as important, especially in the South. The majority of homes in Edmonton have some type of HVAC system, and there’s nothing worse than having your HVAC system fail when you need it most.

This is where our Somewhere land Edmonton Air Conditioning Company comes in. A lot of people make the major error of letting their systems run until it finally breaks down; costing them an arm and a leg in repairs. Financially, you can have more peace of mind if you hire an AC company to perform the routine maintenance.

The odds are against your HVAC never having a single issue. Having routine check-up will both reduce the chances of experiencing a costly malfunction, ensuring that you can get any bugs fixed before something goes awry. It can be frustrating to spend a few days in the blistering heat or bitter cold waiting for a repair technician to make it to your home. It’s much better to stay on top of things before they cause problems.

There are certain aspects of our company which can only be performed by a licensed technician, like refilling refrigerant. It is often much less complex to have an HVAC technician do a regular check-up twice a year than to try to fix it yourself.

Replacing an HVAC Filter

Replacing an HVAC filter or upgrading an HVAC filter is one of the least expensive things you can do to improve indoor air quality and to keep a clean HVAC system.

The Canada Environmental Protection Agency says that indoor air is two to five times more polluted than outdoor air. If you are suffering from allergies, this would be a great place start and it may even downsize your allergies symptoms by 200% or more!

Here are some easy steps to replace your HVAC system filter…

Step 1: Grab a screwdriver and the new filter.

Step 2: Turn off the power supply to the HVAC unit. Locate the circuit breaker on your main power panel and flip the switch to the “OFF” position.

Step 3: Find the filter cover which located on the return air duct side. Unscrew and remove the filter cover.

Step 4: Pull the old filter.

Step 5: Insert the new filter. Make sure you insert in the direction of the arrows are pointed.

Step 6: Put the filter cover back on and make sure the screws are tight

Step 7: Turn the circuit breaker back on by flipping switch back to the “ON” position.

One of our qualified HVAC technicians will be able to detect any possible problems within your system and repair them before your entire unit falls into disrepair. Call Somewhere land today for a free estimate.