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4 Signs Your Heating Might Need Repairs This Winter

You haven’t been trained in HVAC repair, so it’s no wonder you’re just not sure whether your system is in need of repair or replacement. There is one thing you do know for sure, though, and that’s that you don’t want to find it broken come a cold winter morning (or evening or ever). There are a few signs which indicate your HVAC is in need of repair, so keep your ears and eyes peeled for the following.

1. The Cold Wind Blows
When you put the heat on does it seem to be blowing only cold air? If you have a gas heater the first step is to ensure the pilot light is on. If it isn’t then you can re-light it. If it doesn’t stay on, though, there’s a bigger problem at play and repairs will be required.

You may also have an issue with the thermostat. It could be a simple settings issue where you can adjust the temperature and set it to heat. Or, it may be a system failure that requires repair.

2. Runs Constantly

If your heating system is working properly then it will turn itself off and start back up in regular cycles. When the temperature dips further this will likely happen even more frequently. Its job is to maintain the heat in the home at a particular temperature and it does what it needs to do to get that done. However, if it is constantly running it may indicate that there is an issue. The issue could be that it’s too small for your home, though it could also be a clogged filter or a ventilation issue.

3. No Wind Blows
The heater is on, it seems to be working, in fact, most of the rooms in the house are perfectly warm. Yet, a room or two seem to be freezing. The first step you can take here is to ensure there is air coming from the vents in those rooms. If it’s not (or it’s weak) check to make sure that it’s open. If it’s open and still receives no heat there it could be an issue with the system fan. It could also be a problem within the ductwork, such as a crack.

4. Odd Noises
If your heating system is suddenly making noises that you aren’t familiar with then there’s a good chance it’s in need of repair. If there are loud clangs or whistles and squeals then you should call a repair company as something is due to go wrong.

If your heating system is ten years old or more then there’s a good chance it will need to be replaced. The average lifespan is anywhere from ten to twenty years, but it will last much longer if you have it maintained regularly. If repairs have been frequent it’s time to buy a new one. You may also note rising energy bills – if this is the case then there’s definitely something wrong with your system and you should call in the professionals.

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Your Guide To Furnace Troubleshooting

Before winter hits hard, you might want to consider testing your furnace to ensure it is running how it should. The last thing you want is for problems to hit when it’s too late, and the best way to find problems early is by having a professional service the heating system. Do this at least a few weeks before you expect it to be needed daily, and you won’t be left in the cold.

If you wanted to test the furnace yourself there are a number of things you can look for to know whether there are issues.

By understanding some of the most common furnace problems, you can be proactive and sort them out before it ends up costing a fortune.

Maintenance

Dirty filters: Dirty air filters will reduce your system’s airflow, which will run the furnace I overtime chewing up energy. Clogged filters can also damage your furnace’s limit switch.

Lack of maintenance: If you don’t maintain your system you are asking for trouble. Routine maintenance is the best thing for your system, and can pick up minor issues before they become major, and will ensure your system runs efficiently.

Pilot control and electric ignition or problems: A faulty pilot or ignition will make it very difficult to keep your home warm. Thermocouple problems, and blockages in the system can result in a failed pilot light.

The Thermostat

Thermostat settings: When your system’s blower fan cycles too much, or does not turn off at all, it could mean there are problems with your thermostat settings. Many issues can occur with thermostats, and one of the most common is that the settings are simply wrong.

Thermostat batteries: One of the simplest to fix, but hardest to fault find, is the batteries that run your thermostat. It’s sometimes the simplest issue that causes a major problem, and this is one of the most common. Check your temperature settings are correct to your desired temperatures.

Faulty thermostat: A faulty thermostat can lead to issues with the fan and more importantly, the temperature levels.

Other Faults

Complete furnace failure: If your furnace has problems with power, gas, the thermostat setting, or the pilot light, it can completely shut the system down.

The furnace doesn’t heat efficiently: If your system is too small for the space, or has a any of a number of issues like clogged filters, it may not heat the room efficiently.

Recurrent cycling: If your system is cycling between “On” and “Off” it could mean you have a blocked filter, bad airflow or a faulty thermostat.

The blower endlessly runs: Blower issues can indicate problems with your system’s limit switch.
Noisy furnace: Most systems are quiet, so if you hear any noises coming from your system it could mean there are mechanical, airflow or burner issues.

Pilot light blows out:
If your pilot light goes out, it could be an issue with a draft in the area. You will need to assess the area and ensure no drafts can affect the pilot.

Natural gas or propane issues

If you suspect there is an issue with the gas supply, turn off your supply and contact an emergency furnace repair specialist to ensure your home is safe, and any repairs are carried out as soon as possible.

If you have issues with your furnace that you cannot find, it’s always a better option to call a professional who knows what they are doing. Routine maintenance on your heating system will prevent expensive issues occurring when you need it the most.

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Things You Need To Know About Heating Repair Costs

With winter bearing down on us quickly, the last thing you want to happen is for your furnace or heating system to fail before winter even starts. There are many ways that your heating system can fail in your home, and we all know that they usually break down at the most inopportune time, usually when it is freezing cold.

If your heating system was having issues last winter, it’s a very good idea to make repairs now, before it becomes too late, and your left struggling to find enough blankets to keep your family warm. The best kinds of repairs to make to a furnace or heating system are through preventative maintenance, for two main reasons. The first, is that routine maintenance can find issues that might be common, and repair them before it becomes urgent. The second is that emergency repairs are costly, and may create more costs when they fail.

There are many common repairs that don’t have to cost you a fortune to perform, however if you wait too long to get them done, it can allow your whole system to fail.

Repairs that are the most common for heating systems in New Jersey can include the following, and fortunately not all repairs will break the bank.Depending on the age and condition of your heating system, and what maintenance need doing, repairs may cost you anywhere from $50 to over $1000.

Clogged filter

When your furnace’s filters become clogged, the airflow becomes restricted. This can reduce the efficiency of your furnace, limiting the heat it can pump out into your home. Filter maintenance is one of the quickest jobs your heating specialists can perform, and one of the cheapest, however it should be done at least every 6 months to ensure your system continues to produce enough heat to operate. Average cost $30.

Faulty pilot light

There are many possible causes of a faulty pilot light in your furnace, from faulty or bad thermocouple to internal clogs or blockages. If your pilot light does not work, neither will your furnace. Sometimes these repairs may take a little longer to correct, depending on what the actual issue is, however they are usually a simple fix once the problem is found. Preventative or routine maintenance will help to stop your pilot light becoming faulty. Average cost less than $300

Blower Issues

Problems with your blower must be handled by a professional, as the most common cause is a faulty limit switch. It requires quite a bit of experience and knowledge to repair, so will usually be a costlier exercise than other repairs. Average cost between $100 and $1200.

Clogged burner

Clogged burners will stop your whole system from running, and are best repaired before they become a problem. Preventative maintenance again is the best option here, so ask your local heating specialist to run some checks when you have your system serviced before winter arrives. Average cost between $80 and $250.

Noisy Furnace

A noisy furnace is a solid indicator that there are some serious issues going on inside it. If your furnace is noisy, a mechanical failure could be burning a hole in your back pocket very soon.

It’s always a good idea to have your furnace serviced a month or two before winter to ensure it is running without issue when the cold hits. If you want to save money on what can be very expensive fixes, spend money on maintenance. Book your heating system specialists before it becomes an expensive exercise at the time you need it the least. Average price for annual maintenance check-up under $150.

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Things To Consider For Furnace Installation

Before winter arrives, you might be considering replacing your old furnace with a new system. Whether you’re upgrading from a system that doesn’t work anymore, or changing to a completely new style, you need to consider a number of things before you invest your money.

The most important thing you should do before purchasing a new furnace is of course, speak to a professional who can help decide what system will best suit your home. The configuration, sizing, age and the materials it is constructed from make a big difference to how the system is installed, as well as the size and type of system you should use to get the best results. Choosing the right system specifically for your home based on all the above factors will end up saving you long-term money by fitting a customized system based on efficiency.

The first thing you need to discuss with your professional installer is what type of fuel you should be using to get the best results. Gas, oil, electricity, geothermal or other eco systems running of wind and solar are all very popular options however if your home is not suited to a style because of location or accessibility, then you will be able to eliminate some options quickly with your HVAC specialist onsite.

The most common choice when installing a new system, is to install a new version of what was already installed throughout the home previously. This way any extra labor costs associated with electrical or ducting will be eliminated.

There are hundreds of brands to choose from, so it’s very important you research before deciding which brand to buy.

Average Prices for Gas Furnaces

Gas furnaces are the most frequently used furnaces in NJ, and can be converted to propane for minimal cost, if you prefer propane to natural gas. Conversion kits usually range between $25 and $100, making it a financially viable conversion option.

Average Gas Furnace Cost $1,215

Average Installation cost $2,370

Average Prices for Electric Furnaces

Electric furnaces are less common in New Jersey; however they are a great option if your initial investment budget is low. However, by using electric, you will have a less effective unit, that will cost more to run than a gas system. When you are choosing an electric furnace, the brand you choose will make a huge difference. The premium brands will set you back more on supply, but will more than likely give you better efficiency.

Average Electric Furnace Cost $665
Average Installation cost $1,950

Average Prices for Oil Furnaces

Oil furnaces have been around for a long time, and are more common where oil supply is easy, however due to current oil prices, they are becoming less popular every year.

Installation of oil furnaces are higher, and the requirement for a massive oil tank in your yard or basement makes it less appealing compared to the simple gas or electric models.

Average Oil Furnace Cost $1836
Average Installation cost $5780

Green Furnace Options

Solar and geothermal heating systems are becoming more popular, however there are a few requirements of your home’s location that ensure these types of systems to work efficiently. If you are in a highly shaded area, in a valley, or amongst tall buildings or tall trees, chances are your green heating systems won’t work to the desired levels. Consult with your local experts before you decide whether an ecosystem will suit your home.

If you are in a great location there are several government rebates available for green alternatives, so it’s worth looking into. Prices for green furnaces are very broad, depending on the system that will suit your home.

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Should I Buy A New Furnace Or Repair My Old One?

If your old furnace is constantly breaking down and costing you money, chances are it might be time to upgrade. There isn’t much worse than having to repair an old furnace over and over again, and when you weigh up the costs of repair against a new one, it can leave you nothing but disappointed.

So, is it time for a new furnace for your home? A new furnace of course will cost you a bit in outlay. It will of course be a solid investment, because who likes to be shivering throughout the night? A new furnace, although costly to purchase, and costly to have installed, will save you money in the long run. If your current durance is aging, chances are even when it is running at its best, it might not be very economical or efficient, so installing a new one, with modern technology will save you more than any repair costs you can imagine in the next 5-10 years.

There are a few things you should consider before replacing however, and here are a few of the main ones.

Know whether to replace it or fix it

If you have had your furnace for more than three-quarters of its original life expectancy,it might be time to replace. If your furnace repairs cost more than one third of the replacement cost, it might be time to replace.
Most furnaces last around 15 to 20 years, so if yours is over 10 years old and it is staring to rack up the bills against its name, it might be time to move on.

How’s your efficiency?

If your system starts to cost noticeably more to run it might be time to replace. Efficiency should be very good if you keep it regularly maintained, so if you notice a big spike in your energy bills, there could be some issues that cannot be justifiably rectified with a repair that’s going to cost an arm and a leg. If you notice that the system does not heat like it should then there could be other underlying issues also. It doesn’t necessarily mean you must replace the unit though, because some of the easiest and cheapest repairs on furnaces can fix the issues with efficiency.

Are your ducts all in a row?

One of the most common reasons for an inefficient system is ducts that may have faults or broken ducts. Broken ducts can let warm air escape into the ceiling space, or rooms where it isn’t needed. If your ducts aren’t in good condition, you could be losing up to half of your heat unnecessarily.

Lower your heating requirements

One of the best ways to ease the strain on your furnace is by installing insulation into your home. Insulation can cut your furnace usage by up to half, lowering your bills, and the runtime of the system, meaning less maintenance and a longer furnace life.

How is your budget?

Replacing versus repairing your furnace can come down to the simple issues of what you can afford at the time it fails. Quality furnaces are not cheap, so replacing them will need a decent investment to ensure you are not in the same situation in a few years’ time.

The best way to find out whether your system needs replacing, or can be repaired for an affordable price, is to have a professional out to assess it and quote repairs vs replacement costs.

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Things You Can Do Before Recieving Furnace Repair

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It’s no secret that winters in New Jersey can be quite harsh and unforgiving; in fact, it’s not uncommon for temperatures to drop well below freezing, which can create a dangerous situation in the event of a furnace failure or even a power outage. For this reason, we encourage area homeowners to stay prepared for an HVAC outage at any time so they can stay warm and get the help they need as soon as possible.

Consider the Cause: HVAC or Power?

If you notice that your furnace isn’t working, it’s best to begin by determining whether you’re dealing with an HVAC issue or a power outage. If the rest of your appliances and electronics are out, you’re probably dealing with an area outage. Confirm this by looking outside; are street lights illuminated? What about the lights at your neighbors’ homes? If everything appears dark, you’re likely dealing with an outage. On the other hand, if it’s just your house, you may be dealing with a blown fuse or circuit problem.

If it’s just your furnace that’s on the fritz, then of course, the rest of your home’s appliances and electronics will function as normal.

Contact the Appropriate Sources

If it turns out you’re dealing with a power outage or similar issue, you’ll want to contact your power company as soon as possible. Never assume that your neighbors will call the power company; even if they do, some power companies will prioritize service in neighborhoods where they’re received the most calls.

If you’re dealing with an HVAC problem, such as a furnace that won’t turn on, we offer 24/7 emergency service and can readily assist you. We never want any home or family to go without heat during the bitter cold winter.

Close Drapes for Better Insulation

In the meantime, it’s a good idea to close any drapes, curtains, or other window treatments around your home. This will help to improve insulation and prevent warm air from getting out and cool air from getting in. If you don’t have window treatments on all your windows, consider temporarily hanging up a blanket or towels.

If you have drafts under any of your home’s exterior doors, now is also a good time to place some towels or other obstructions around them so as to reduce heat loss.

Plug in an Electric Blanket or Space Heater

If you still have power, consider plugging in an electric blanket or space heater to heat a small area of your home until you’re able to receive help. Electric blankets, when used properly, can keep individuals warm for extended periods of time.

If you choose to plug in a space heater, make sure you keep it away from flammable materials, such as window treatments and nearby furniture. Furthermore, to maximize and centralize heat, consider plugging the space heater in one room of your home and shutting the door.

Be Aware of Carbon Monoxide Risks

One of the worst mistakes you can make to keep warm while your furnace is out is that of bringing in a grill from outside or otherwise using a non-approved appliance (such as a gas stove) for emergency heat. These appliances can generate dangerous amounts of carbon monoxide, a colorless and odorless gas that can be deadly–especially in poorly circulated areas.

These are just a few key tips to keep in mind when it comes to staying warm and comfortable in the event of a furnace outage. Should you find yourself in such a situation, be sure to contact us to have your furnace repaired as soon as possible.

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New Furnace Installation Considerations

With the frigid months of winter quickly approaching here in New Jersey, many area homeowners will soon make the unpleasant discovery that their furnaces don’t want to kick on. When this occurs, there are two possibilities: either the furnace needs repaired or it’s time for a complete replacement. If your furnace is more than a decade old and isn’t working properly, then there’s a good chance it needs replaced. However, before you trust just any HVAC company to handle the installation of your new unit, there are some important considerations.

What’s the Furnace’s Warranty?

Buying a new furnace is a pretty large investment, so you’ll want to make sure you’re getting a unit that’s going to be reliable for years to come. As such, you’ll want to find out from the HVAC company what kind of warranty or guarantee comes with the furnace itself.

Will You Perform a Follow-up Visit?

About a month after your furnace is installed, any reputable HVAC installer should be happy to schedule a follow-up visit and inspection. During this visit, a licensed HVAC technician will take the time to ensure that your furnace is operating safely, efficiently, and properly. This is a great way to enjoy peace of mind or to have any minor problems taken care of.

What Size Furnace is Needed?

A lot of times, homeowners don’t know how large of a furnace they’ll need to keep their homes warm and comfortable, even on the coldest of days. A reputable HVAC company should be able to assess important factors, such as square footage and insulation quality, to determine the size and power of the furnace necessary for the home. This should not be determined based on square footage alone, as there are various factors that could impact the need for a specific size furnace.

What Maintenance is Recommended?

Last but not least, homeowners should ask their HVAC technicians what kind of regular maintenance they’ll be responsible for when it comes to taking care of their new units. For example, air filters should be changed regularly to ensure proper air flow and efficiency. In addition to changing air filters, however, it may also be recommended that you have your furnace professionally inspected and tuned up at least once per year. This can be a great way to prolong the life of your furnace overall and keep it running properly.

As you can see, there are many questions you should ask an HVAC company before you decide to trust them with the installation of your new furnace. From there, you’ll be able to make a better informed decision. For assistance with your new furnace installation, be sure to contact us today.

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This Isn’t a DIY Project: Hire a Professional for AC Installation

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Even though it’s far from air conditioning weather right now, you might be thinking ahead for the summer. If your air conditioning unit stopped working or didn’t do its best last year — or if you just want to focus on making your heating and cooling more energy efficient, you might be planning on installing a new air conditioning system.

You might be thinking about installing your unit yourself, since you might have heard that you can save a lot of money by buying your own unit and doing it yourself.

Even though you might be the type of person who enjoys DIY projects around the house, AC installation is one thing that you should leave up to a professional. These are a few reasons why you should not try to install your own HVAC system.

Stay Safe

First of all, you should know that installing an air conditioning system can actually be quite dangerous. Since you have to connect your unit to your electrical system, you could put yourself at risk of being shocked when installing it. Plus, if your system isn’t properly installed, there could be an increased chance of an electrical fire in your home.

The last thing that you probably want to do is put you or your family at risk. A qualified professional will know how to hook your system up to your electrical system in the safest possible manner.

Ensure Your System is Properly Installed

If your system is not installed correctly, it won’t work correctly. Just because your unit turns on does not mean that it’s working as well as it could be. Hiring a professional will help you get the best possible use out of your system and will also help ensure that it is as energy efficient as it can possibly be.

Make Sure Your Warranty Remains Valid

One of the greatest selling points of buying a new air conditioning unit is the fact that it should come with a long warranty. This can provide you and your family with peace of mind; then, you’ll know that if something happens to your unit, you won’t have to be stuck without an air conditioning unit. Instead, you can have your unit fixed for free, or if there are major defects, you can have it replaced with a model that is similar or better.

However, there are a few ways that you can void your warranty, which means that you won’t have this coverage. One way is by failing to maintain your unit, such as by not changing your filters as you are supposed to. Another way that you can void your warranty is by not having it installed by a professional. Basically, the company might claim that the unit was damaged while you were installing it.

Even though you’ll have to pay to have your unit professionally installed, doing so is sure to be worth the price if you can preserve your warranty. Then, instead of having to worry about potentially high costs for repair over the lifespan of your unit, you’ll only have to worry about the installation costs and the basic costs of maintenance.

It can be tempting to try to tackle all of your at-home projects, particularly if you feel that it can save you money. However, installing a new air conditioning unit isn’t the same thing as many other at home DIY tasks.

If you would like to find out more about having your unit installed professionally by some of the best HVAC installers in New Jersey, you should contact us today at Dynamic Air Heating and Cooling.

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Saving Money With HVAC Repair

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Inefficient HVAC systems cost NJ residents a lot of money. Properly maintaining a HVAC system, on the other hand, saves residents anywhere from 5 to 40 percent on their energy costs annually, according to recent studies. If your energy bills seem higher than normal, it might be time to look into HVAC repair.

How Do HVAC Systems Impact Energy Bills?

In New Jersey, the winters are bitterly cold and the summers are blazing hot. This means that your HVAC system works hard year round to keep you comfortable, using a significant amount of energy. You need your HVAC system functioning smoothly, not only for your comfort but for your wallet. When your system works harder than it needs to, it uses more energy, raising your energy bill.

Maintenance And Repair Reduce Unnecessary Costs

Maintaining your HVAC system is the easiest way to avoid skyrocketing energy bills. Even comparatively inefficient, older HVAC models function better when properly maintained. Most of us wait until our HVAC system stops working to call a HVAC repair company in NJ. While understandable, keeping up on maintenance proves more effective at reducing energy costs. Ask your local HVAC company to show you how to recognize a problem before it gets out of hand.

Common Causes Of HVAC Inefficiency 

Many parts comprise your HVAC system. Keeping those parts functioning smoothly keeps your HVAC system operating at peak efficiency. Here are some of the common causes and how to fix them.

1. Thermostat Control

Thermostat control problems include improperly adjusted thermostat settings, continuously running fans, poorly installed resistors, a lack of nighttime setback or set-up, and simply accounting for unoccupied periods. Fixing these issues saves you up to 40%.

For instance, if you and your partner work from 9-5 and the kids are at school during the day, you don’t need to set your heat at the same temperature during this time as when you are home. Check your thermostat settings to make sure your HVAC system is running the way it should. Call your HVAC provider with any questions.

2. Dirty Furnace Filter

If you were not aware that your furnace has filters, you are not alone. Plenty of homeowners don’t know that their furnace filter requires changing at least once a year, although every few months is preferable. Not only does a dirty filter reduce efficiency, it also pollutes your home. This is something you can do yourself, or you can call a HVAC company in NJ.

3. Compromised Parts

Filters are not the only places where dirt and other elements accumulate. Mineral deposits that develop on your centrifugal chiller tube adds a 15% increase to your energy bill, and in some case as high as 35%. A leak in your compressor costs you 6 to 14%. If your HVAC system’s economizer gets damaged or stops functioning properly, your HVAC system can’t function efficiently. This costs you anywhere from a 14 to 40% increase in your energy bill.

Luckily, your NJ HVAC technician knows what to look for and how to fix it. Regular inspections prevent expensive repairs and lofty energy bills down the road.

Many small parts make up your HVAC system. While some things, like filters, do not require professional assistance, others do. Don’t be afraid to contact a reliable HVAC company to find out how you can improve your system’s efficiency.

4. Environmental Factors

Sometimes the issue is not your HVAC system. Even the most efficient HVAC can’t make up for a poor insulation job. Poorly insulated homes lose hot and cool air, forcing HVAC systems to work twice as hard. This costs you money and overworks your system, leading to more problems.

Something as simple as a blocked vent also contributes to heating bills. Make sure no furniture, rugs, or other objects block vents and radiators. This is especially important in homes with baseboard or radiator heating. Not only does this impede air flow, it also poses a fire risk.

Take control of your energy savings, we’re readily available to assist you with any HVAC repair and services you may need.

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Don’t Wait! Winterize Your AC Unit

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For many homeowners, this time of year is more of a time to be concerned about your furnace than your air conditioning unit. However, even though temperatures are getting colder and days are getting shorter, take a moment to ask yourself if you’ve taken the time to winterize your AC unit. Believe it or not, this type of AC service in NJ can prolong the life of your AC and keep it performing at peak efficiency when summer rolls back around.

Not to mention, winterizing your central AC unit is easy and takes just an hour or so of your time. Read on to learn the steps you’ll need to follow to winterize yours.

Wash and Trim

Start by assessing the area around your outdoor AC unit. Have bushes, shrubs, and other greenery begun to grow close to the unit itself? If so, then now would be a great time to bust out the pruning shears and trim those branches back. The last thing you want is for your air conditioning unit to become damaged due to plant overgrowth.

Now is also a good time to grab a garden hose and gently spray off the AC unit itself. This will help to remove any caked on debris and dirt.

Dry and Remove Debris

You don’t want any of the components of your AC unit to rust, so be sure to dry off your AC unit (either in the sun or with a clean cloth) before moving onto the next steps. This is also a good opportunity to scrub away any remaining dirt or debris, ensuring that your AC unit is nice and clean.

Cover for Protection

If you have a large tarp that you won’t need over the winter, this will make for a great cover for your AC unit. Covering your air conditioning unit is an excellent way to protect it from the elements–especially snow and ice. When exposed to these elements, your air conditioning unit could end up with rust, corrosion, or other damage. If using a standard tarp to cover the unit, be sure to secure it with some bungee cords or ties so that winter wind gusts don’t blow the cover off.

For added peace of mind and even better protection, you may want to purchase a cover specifically designed for use on central AC units. You can purchase these online, at most home improvement stores, or even through your AC manufacturer. These tend to have a more snug fit and provide greater protection to the unit on all sides.

Check Periodically

Throughout the winter, it’s also a good idea to check on your AC unit every few weeks to make sure that your cover is in place and that the unit itself is well protected. This will give you greater peace of mind that the unit is properly winterized until the springtime rolls around.

Contact Us!

Don’t hesitate to give us a call if you have any concerns with winterizing your AC unit! Our technicians are highly trained and experienced in these matters and can provide you with proper winter preparation as well as ensure your furnace is ready and in good condition for the seaon. This way, you can rest assured that your entire HVAC system is taken care of.

For more information or to schedule an inspection, repair, or service on your home’s HVAC system, contact us today. We have years of experience when it comes to AC and furnace service, and we would be happy to assist you. Our goal is to make sure you’re as comfortable as possible in your own home!