BJ is a keen and friendly installation technician who will make sure your brand new air conditioner is fitted perfectly in your home. With over 5 years of experience in HVAC, BJ understands that every home has different HVAC needs. He is passionate about picture-perfect installations and will make sure every detail is up-to-scratch. When he’s not playing his favourite video games or keeping up with TV series, you can find him ice-skating.
Your HVAC system can make your life comfortable both in the hot summers and the cold winters. But just like all appliances, air conditioning units don’t last forever; over time, they start becoming inefficient. Often, how long your HVAC unit lasts depends on such factors as how frequently it’s used and the climate in which you live.
However, regularly serviced units usually last longer than poorly maintained ones. While this is the case, even the well-maintained air conditioning systems run into problems after some time. This is the reason we have a compiled the 7 most common tell-tale signs indicating that you should consider replacing your HVAC unit sooner.
Properly functioning HVAC systems operate almost silently. Minor sound changes could mean you unit needs some repairs. For instance, some part in the unit has loosened, or the fan is not working correctly. However, more strange noises like a grinding, screeching, rattling, or buzzing could mean a major fault that will call for a replacement.
Unusual odors could also indicate problems. Maybe the insulation has been damaged, or the ductwork is moldy or the filter needs replacement. If such minor problems are addressed, and the foul smell doesn’t go away, you might want to replace the entire unit.
Your unit may seem to be working quite normally, but if you notice that your energy bills have suddenly hiked, and after some “energy audit” you single out your air conditioner as the culprit, then find out why it has become so less inefficient. It could be overworking due to some major underlying problem. Try cleaning the vents, check for knots and lumps in its condensing oil, and replace the filters. An air conditioning technician will help you determine whether its working life has come to an end.
So in case you have detected any of the above signs, you should have your HVAC system thoroughly checked by a professional to determine whether it needs repairs or replacement. Acting quickly may save you a possible replacement.
Give us a call on (02) 8061 5023 to discuss your needs and book a Free Quote for air conditioning replacement for your old or broken split wall air conditioning or ducted air systems.
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