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Most Common Spring HVAC Problems

Updated: Apr 28

When the weather begins to warm up and you switch on your air conditioner for the first time this year, you may notice a range of problems. While many of these spring HVAC problems may be avoided with frequent service calls and tune-ups, you should still be on the lookout for symptoms that your HVAC system is failing or approaching its end of life. If identified early enough, our experts can often swiftly and affordably resolve minor maintenance issues.


Spring HVAC Problems

Coils That Are Filthy

A filthy coil is one of the most common causes of HVAC failures. Your air conditioner has an evaporator coil inside and a condenser coil outside. Because it is exposed to the elements, the outside unit can rapidly become soiled. Branches, mud, and grass clippings can get inside the unit and wreak havoc on the coils. Because many components are fragile, comprehensive cleaning should be left to your HVAC specialist. The inside evaporator coil is more complicated and should be cleaned by a professional.


Breaker That Has Been Tripped

As a homeowner, you should spend some time getting acquainted with your electrical system. The majority of the energy utilized on your home is generally fed by a single breaker box, which is normally positioned along an external wall. You'll find a range of switches inside the box that control various devices and rooms in your home. The HVAC system should be controlled by one of the switches, which may have been tripped at some point during the frigid winter months.


If the breaker has been switched, you must press it all the way to the opposite side until a click is heard. One of the most typical springtime HVAC issues is a tripped breaker, which can be readily fixed without the help of a professional.


If you are experiencing problems with your HVAC system spring, give the professionals at BEAM a call at 412-372-0686. Our knowledgeable staff will diagnose and fix andy spring HVAC problems before they get out of hand.


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