How much does it cost to replace an entire HVAC system?

Giving an exact figure in replacing your HVAC system is quite tricky. Most of it depends on your home or building's size and the type of equipment you are aiming for. But If we were to give a range, an average of $6,400 to almost $20,000 would be the cost to replace both air conditioning and a gas furnace system.

Why Isn’t my A/C blowing cool air?

There are several reasons why this could happen. Frequently, the culprit is a dirty air filter. It blocks air circulation inside your A/C, making it unable to convert air to the desired cooler temperature. It can be easily solved by taking out the air filter and having it professionally cleaned. On the other hand, it could also be caused by problems that are out of the scope of a non-professional A/C expert. Things like a faulty or broken condenser fan motor or low refrigerant/leak can also cause this problem. Your best bet is to have a well-trained professional take a look at your system unit to know for sure what's going on.

How often should my A/C unit be serviced?

A/C units at the least should be serviced once a year. We believe that having a great maintenance plan for your A/C units keeps them clean and free of dust, thus prolonging its life. The best time you should consider getting its services is during the spring season, just before summer hits and the warm weather starts.

How often should my heating and air vents be cleaned?

According to the National Air Duct Cleaner's Association, it should be a rule of thumb to have your vents cleaned and serviced every 3 to 5 years. It would be best to take this as an advice that resulted from multiple experiences of cleaning professionals rather than an exact rule. One thing to note is that if you find your vents needing to be cleaned in just months, There might be an actual problem, and they need to be inspected by a professional.

What happens during an HVAC Audit?

The primary purpose of an HVAC Audit is not to repair or do maintenance. Its purpose is to find out what is working and not working in your HVAC systems. During an audit, several aspects are also figured out by a professional. Things like how effective are your current setup compared to its power consumption are checked. It is not a re-design or overhaul of the systems in place. This audit prioritizes how your everyday HVAC system functions and your losses in power efficiency and other opportunities.

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