Loud noises coming from your furnace can be caused by a number of issues. You might be able to address some of these yourself, but it’s typically recommended that you have your furnace checked out by a trusted professional instead. So, whether or not the noise you hear is similar to the ones listed below, you’ll need to call in a residential or construction air conditioning expert who can effectively address the issue.
It’s always a good idea to have your heating system in good shape before the coldest days of winter roll around. After all, it would be terribly inconvenient, not to mention potentially costly, to have your heating unit sputter out and fail in the middle of a cold spell. Luckily, there are ways you can ensure that your system is ready to make it through the winter season, and our experts at HVAC Construction have listed a few of them below.
In the course of a day, your air conditioning and heating system circulates a lot of air throughout your home. The outdoor unit draws in air from the outside, which is then cooled (or heated, depending on the season) and distributed to different rooms throughout the house via vents and registers. For the most part, any dust from the outside gets caught by the filters that line your HVAC system, maintaining your indoor air quality. Sometimes, however, dust can still find its way indoors.
The colder the weather gets, the drier your indoor air becomes. Installing a whole-house humidifier can help combat this problem. In addition to your heating system, it’s important to clean and maintain your humidifier. HVAC construction company HVAC Construction shares care and maintenance tips for your whole-house humidifier in today’s blog.