Can a maintenance agreement stop the things that go bump in the night? Every house has unique sounds. Homeowners get familiar with those sounds, and they can even seem ‘comforting.’ So, in the middle of the night, if you hear a strange noise, and it’s coming from the heating and air conditioning system, it might be time for maintenance. Keep reading for four warning signs to look for.
A well-maintained heating and air conditioning system hums along quietly – you hardly notice that it is there. If you suddenly notice unusual noises, especially popping, hissing, banging, or grinding sounds, immediately call your service provider for a repair.
A constant drip or water pooling around the system could be a sign of a serious problem. The system should always be dry, and water could potentially cause electrical damage.M/p>
If air is not circulating properly or doesn’t seem cold enough, you might want to consider a professional inspection. There could be multiple causes, such as clogged ducts or dirty air filters but if the system is struggling to produce cool air, it will be working overtime.
A strange smell in your home is never a good thing. If the smell is coming from the heating and air conditioning system it could be a pest infiltration, a burned out wire, or a clog of dust or debris that’s the culprit. No matter the cause, the system should not smell and needs inspection.
Scheduling a twice-yearly maintenance check-up of your heating and air conditioning system is an excellent way to keep your system running at its best. At G+S, our professionally trained technicians can locate and repair potential problems before they become significant and costly repairs.
Spring is a great time to contact our specialists at G+S Heating, Air and Energy Services to discuss a maintenance agreement. Let us provide you and your family with peace of mind and comfort year round.Back