Call us for HVAC repair in Southampton when your heating & cooling unit malfunctions and creates an unsatisfactory environment at your home. Our heating & cooling technicians bring expertise and dedication to every job, ensuring a fast and efficient repair no matter the type of trouble you endure. Many issues affect the HVAC unit, quickly depleting efficiency and causing a nuisance to everyone in the home. Some of the most common problems that require Southampton HVAC repair include:
Lack of Maintenance
Proper upkeep is vital to the health and vitality of your HVAC system. Twice per year, schedule preventive maintenance service and we’ll send one of our technicians to your home to thoroughly inspect the HVAC unit and make any necessary repairs/replacements at this time. Well-maintained HVAC systems experience fewer problems throughout the year, provide more comfort in the home, and operate at a more energy-efficient rate to save homeowners money.
Dirty Air Filters
One of the more common problems with the HVAC system revolves around the air filters used in the unit. A dirty air filter restricts airflow and causes the unit to work harder to keep the home comfortable. This causes parts and components to wear out much faster and also takes its toll on your unit, causing the need for HVAC repair in Southampton more often. Refer to the owner’s manual that came with the HVAC unit to learn the necessary frequency of air filter changes and adhere to this schedule. Air filters are sold at most home improvement stores for a few bucks. They’re easy to change without the help of a heating and air technician.
Wear & Tear
Many homeowners find themselves in need of HVAC repair in Southampton due to wear and tear. The older the HVAC unit, the more problems it will likely endure, especially if the system isn’t well-maintained. Call us and we’ll come out and replace those worn out components so you can once again enjoy the comforts that you deserve from your home’s HVAC system.
Believe it or not, many of the common issues homeowners endure with their HVAC unit revolves around the thermostat. Whether the thermostat is improperly set or a component has broken, its probably a good idea to start your search for the culprit of the problem with the thermostat. It is possible that you can repair the problem without the need for one of our technicians to come out to your home.
You’re taking a relaxing shower, and the water suddenly goes cold. The tank ran out of water once again. This scenario is common for many people. It’s a frustrating issue that has several possible causes. Take a look at why the water heater may be running out of hot water so that you can tackle the issue without delay.
- Improperly Sized Tank
Your hot water heater comes in various sizes, and you’re new to the property. Many residents find out that their tank is simply too small to support the household. A 50-gallon tank is best designed for a family of four or five. If you have a 30-gallon tank for this family, the hot water will run out. Take a cue from a water heater repair Southampton professional and replace the tank with a larger size.
- Failing Thermostat
Your water heater has a thermostat that’s similar to the HVAC control panel. Set it to a certain temperature, and the appliance keeps the water at that level. The thermostat can fail just like any other component. Check that the temperature is properly set and troubleshoot from that point forward. The solution may be a new thermostat.
- Tank Sediment Building Up
Loss of hot water can be simply due to a build-up of sediment or minerals, according to water heater repair Southampton professionals. Water is full of minerals, including calcium, that can remain trapped in the tank over time. Several gallons of sediment may be at the bottom of the tank. Because of this buildup, less water can fill the tank’s space. You’re left with a 30-gallon tank that only offers 25 gallons of hot water, for instance.
- Leaky Housing
Water is corrosive, which means that it can break down the tank from the inside out. Take a close look at the housing’s exterior surfaces. Verify that there aren’t any leaks below. A leaking housing will reduce the amount of available hot water in only a few hours.
- Broken Internal Parts
A lower element and dip tube could be at the heart of your water-heater problems. Both of these internal parts contribute to the water’s appropriate temperature. Running out of hot water means that a water heater repair Southampton expert must look at the tank’s internal components.
The lower element warms the water moved downward by the dip tube. Professionals can look at these parts in order to figure out why hot water isn’t running as necessary.
If you notice that hot water is becoming elusive in your home, it’s time for a visit from the professionals. Contact Green Heating, Cooling & Electric at 1-800-975-0969 today! Our team can sort out any trouble in your plumbing system.