Avoid Emergency Air Conditioning Repair by Having it Checked Out With the Boiler This Year
In these cold months it is hard to think of days when the air conditioner will be needed again, much less as an emergency to deal with the hot Cleveland summers. However the winter will pass, and if homeowners take the initiative to get their whole HVAC unit checked out during routine furnace or boiler repairs they can save themselves time and money this summer.
Signs it May be Time for Repairs
- Unusual sounds from the tank or pipes. In the movies people often think they hear "ghosts" but then it is explained away by the furnace or boiler pipes. This explanation may be just as terrifying because it may mean that cold nights and frosty mornings are in the future without repairs.
- Unreliable warmth or cooling. If the home is getting too hot in one moment or to cool the next without a reliable even then it may be due to a problem with the heater or air conditioner.
- Musty odors or worse the sight of water leakage. Water should not leak from any component of a heating device, nor should moisture build up inside from use of a HVAC unit. If a homeowner sees or smells any hint of excess water, call in the pros for emergency repairs to prevent any water damage or mold growth.
Whatever the season there is emergency heat and emergency air conditioning repair in Cleveland available so no one has to suffer through any extreme in the weather conditions. Because it is more than just discomfort, extreme weather can be dangerous to many demographics in many situations. Do not wait until the furnace or HVAC becomes an emergency, call in the pros today to check the systems. If a homeowner sets up a preventative appointment to check the unit that is not being used that season, they can prevent any charges affiliated with emergency appointment. Not to mention making sure that there are no miserably hot or miserably cold days due to a unit that had a minor issue that could have been fixed in a single preventative appointment.
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Posted on Tue, December 6, 2016
by Rob Annese