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Is My AC Breaking?

Your HVAC system is the comfort center of your home. It controls your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning, which can cause a drastic change in your home’s climate if your system is not working properly. Therefore, your home often produces noticeable signs when something is wrong with your HVAC system, including three warning signs of HVAC system failure that you should never ignore.

  • Your system is making unusual noises. While there are a number of reasons why your HVAC system may be making unusual noises, there are two noises in particular that may indicate a larger problem. If you notice a rattling or grinding sound coming from your system, your compressor and fan motors may not be working properly, and therefore require the help of a professional HVAC technician, like General Air. Alternatively, hissing noises can be indicative of faulty duct work, which may lead to complete system breakdown.
  • Your system is producing foul smells. Pure, clean air should be odorless, so if you notice any foul smells coming from your unit, this is indicative of a problem. While different smells have different origins, it is best to have a professional HVAC technician inspect your unit to investigate the cause of the odor.
  • Your utility bills are increasing without cause. If you notice that your utility bills are increasing without having increased your system’s usage, it is necessary to call an HVAC technician right away for diagnosis and treatment.

If you would like assistance in assessing your air quality needs, General Air of Greenville South Carolina is fully equipped to provide accurate assessments and recommendations, with full-service technicians to meet your repair or replacement needs. It is important to get your unit checked as soon as you notice a problem, so do not hesitate to contact General Air Of Greenville SC to get your heating and air systems operating smoothly again in no time.

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