Goose Creek, SC, can experience some chilly winter weather. Having a heating system that’s ready to take on the cold is a necessity for you to stay comfortable throughout the winter season. If you’ve noticed that your HVAC system’s airflow seems to be less than adequate, check the problems below to fix the issue.
Have you noticed that your system’s airflow has slowed down in the last few months? It could be due to your air filter. Whenever your air filter gets dirty, it restricts the amount of air that can flow through your HVAC system. Fortunately, this is an easy fix. Simply replace the air filter in your HVAC system. As a result, you’ll also protect your home’s air quality.
Blocked Air Vents
Your heating system relies on a series of ducts and vents that help to circulate the air throughout your home. If these vents become blocked with physical objects or they close, it can restrict the flow of air. It’s a good idea to check the airflow of all the vents around your home, as this may be an easy fix for your reduced airflow problem.
Malfunctioning Air Handler
The air handler is an essential part of your HVAC system that’s responsible for pulling air into it. When parts get worn out or become bent inside of the air handler, it can reduce its ability to adequately move air throughout your home. Calling in one of our professional service technicians can help to get this problem fixed quickly.
The ducting that runs throughout your home is responsible for delivering hot air to every room in the wintertime. When there are multiple leaks in your ductwork, the hot air can escape into your wall cavities and leave the rooms beyond them cold.
Are you still having trouble with your airflow? It’s time to give Berkeley Heating & Air Conditioning a call. We provide quick heating repairs that offer peace of mind.
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