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5 Reasons Your A/C Stopped Working

Published by Parisa Ostovari

Top 5 Causes of a Broken HVAC Unit

It seems as if you HVAC units malfunction at the most inconvenient times. Whether a breakdown occurs on the hottest day in August or the coldest day in February, a broken HVAC unit can be the source of a homeowner's frustration.

Las Vegas Cooling Repair ServicesAs a homeowner, it is important to be aware of the reasons your Las Vegas HVAC system may not be functioning properly. This information will enable you to determine how much money you will have to spend to have it repaired by an HVAC professional. Listed below are the top 5 causes of a broken HVAC unit.

Irregular Maintenance Of Your System

With all of the things that occur in your life, it is easy to forget to schedule routine maintenance for your unit with an HVAC professional.

However, after years of neglect, your unit will begin to exhibit signs of problems. Not only does proper maintenance extend the life of your unit, it provides you with insight into problems before they become major. It is important to schedule at least one check-up by a trained HVAC professional each year.

You Have a Dirty Air Filter

Air filters may be one of the most neglected parts of your HVAC unit. It is not because they are expensive. The neglect is usually a result of forgetfulness on the part of the homeowner. Your air filter has two functions. It keeps the air clean in your home, and it keeps the components of your HVAC unit free from dust as well. Changing your air filter every 30 days should be a priority.

Your Thermostat is Faulty

Some HVAC problems are caused by a faulty thermostat. If you notice that you are not able to regulate the temperature in your home, it could be the result of a faulty thermostat. Call a trusted HVAC professional to have your thermostat changed. Although changing it looks simple, there could be underlying problems that are causing the malfunction.

Your Refrigerant is Leaking

Your Las Vegas home may be blowing air, but the air may not be cool. This could be a sign that your HVAC unit has a low refrigerant level. There may be a leak in your unit.

If you notice any of these problems with your unit, keep calm. Contact a trained HVAC professional to assess and fix the problem.

With the help of Anytime Plumbing, Inc you can take better care of your Las Vegas HVAC unit. Just call 702-362-9300 today, and feel at ease in your home.

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