Ductworks has a wide range of high efficient heating and cooling systems available for all of your comfort needs.
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An HVAC system keeps your home cool during summer and cozy during winter. Those who have endured the frigid conditions during winter and record breaking temperatures in summer can tell you how their HVAC systems have kept them comfortable during extreme weather conditions. But they also curse them at some point especially when they go on the fritz. However, not all HVAC units are created the same. They are available in different types and choosing the most suitable unit for your home can be confusing. So, hire the help of an expert like DuctWorks Heating and Cooling, Inc.
Do you think your home has some ventilation or heating problems? If you are facing some problems now or perhaps trying to set up an HVAC emergency plan, knowing the most common HVAC issues can help you become more proactive to your home’s climate control needs.
Refrigerant leak – common signs of refrigerant leak includes ice build-up on the refrigerant lines, the refrigerant lines are hissing, and the air that is coming out of the vents is not as cool as it is supposed to be.
Clogged lines – drain lines can sometimes become blocked or clogged, which could lead to a water backup around or into the system. Common signs of this particular HVAC problem include water leaking from the indoor unit, damp air, rust or mold near the unit.
Ventilation Issues – among the most common ventilation issues are found in the air ducts. Any blockages in the ductwork can stop cooled or heated air from being distributed correctly throughout your house. The most common signs of a duct problem include reduced overall indoor air quality, uneven temperatures in different parts of your house, and the unit is running more than it should be.
Electrical Problems – in case your unit is not running correctly as it should, then there might be some interruption somewhere in the electrical system. The common signs of an electrical problem include a burning smell in the system, the unit is running continuously, or it is not running at all.
Whatever the problem is, call an HVAC NMB contractor right away. Additionally, you can prevent any of these issues from happening if you have your HVAC system inspected and maintained by a professional on a regular basis.
The HVAC system is probably the single biggest consumer of energy in your house. As a matter of fact, more than one third of the energy used in the U.S. is utilized to cool and heat buildings. Having an HVAC system that is designed and installed correctly will have the biggest effect on your energy costs.
Ductworks Heating and Cooling offers the following:
- In home consultation with an expert HVAC contractor
- Assistance in choosing an energy efficient HVAC system that meets your lifestyle and preference.
- Correct sizing of your HVAC system to meet the distinctive needs of your home.
- Flexible financing options for our HVAC installation service
- Full factory warranties on labor and all equipment.
Our extended warranties offers customers another opportunity to manage their ongoing costs of operations. Because your HVAC system is used 24/7, it needs service while it operates.
Reasons Why Labor and Equipment Must Be Covered By Extended Warranty
- Factory warranties commonly expire before the end of the equipment’s life cycle.
- Customers will have peace of mind knowing that their equipment is covered.
- Extended warranties may cover the bill for all the cost that may include labor.
- Consumers can plan as well as project their costs while protecting against increases in labor and parts.
If you want more information about our extended warranties, don’t hesitate to call Ductworks Heating and Cooling.
DuctWorks Heating and Cooling, Inc.
303 Main St
North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582