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HVAC Issues to Leave to a Professional

Updated: Feb 10, 2023

There is a certain sense of pride that comes with fixing issues around your home yourself. But when it comes to your HVAC system, many issues are better left to the professionals. Attempting to fix certain problems with your heating and cooling system yourself can result in more damage than before, not to mention costly repairs and a voided warranty. If you’re considering repairing your HVAC system yourself, here are three issues you should leave to a professional technician.

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1. Problems with the Condenser Unit

The condenser unit is the large outdoor component of your HVAC system that contains the fan and the compressor, which pressurizes the refrigerant. The hot, pressurized refrigerant cools off as it passes through the fins so it can deliver cool air throughout the rooms of your home. But if the air inside of your home is not getting cool, it may indicate there is an issue with the condenser. Fixes regarding the condenser are typically not recommended for the everyday homeowner, so give your local HVAC technician a call if there is an issue.

2. Any Issues with the Ductwork

Ductwork is an important component of your HVAC system because it’s responsible for delivering cool air throughout the rooms of your home. Sometimes, due to general wear and tear, rodents or human interaction, the ductwork can rip, tear or come apart. As a result, your home may not feel as cool as it should and your energy bills can increase. When it comes to working with ductwork, however, any issues are best left to a professional.

3. Any Electrical Issues

Unless you’re a trained electrician, stay away from any HVAC issues that involve working with the electric. Voltages and amps can run high with a powerful system and can cause electrocution if you lack the necessary skills and experience to work with the systems. The most common electrical issues are when the system trips the circuit breaker and shuts off suddenly or if a battery-powered thermostat is not working properly. If the circuit breaker problem keeps happening, it may indicate that the system may be experiencing an electrical overload or has a short. HVAC-related electrical issues can present a fire hazard so give your local HVAC company a call right away.

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