Before contacting a furnace repair or air conditioning repair company in the Valley, and the surrounding areas, there are some simple troubleshooting tips you can try first. These tips can save you money on furnace repair or air conditioning repair as well as prolong the time before new furnace installation or AC installation is needed.
Your thermostat may have been accidentally switched off or you could have it set to heat when you need air conditioning. Correcting this is a simple solution should take less than a minute of your time. If the dial is properly in place, remove the cover of your thermostat and make sure that no wires are crossed or disconnected. This is another common cause of calls to furnace repair and air conditioning repair companies like Cooper Climate Control in Arizona.
If your thermostat looks fine, your next step is to go into your basement and check the condition of your system before requesting furnace repair. When you first had furnace installation performed, you should have received a manual explaining how it operates. However, you may not have any written instruction available if the furnace installation was already completed when you bought the house. Some general things you can try are to make sure the pilot light hasn’t burnt out and that all switches on your circuit breaker are in the proper position. Also, clean furnace filters can really delay the need for new furnace installation.
Since new AC installation is something you probably want to avoid, make sure you provide your unit with regular maintenance. This includes cleaning the air filter, fan blades and vacuuming debris regularly. If you end up needing new AC installation, ask an HVAC company like Cooper Climate Control for a recommendation on a make and model that would work best in your available space. You should also ask for a price quote on your new AC installation. We give FREE new installation quotes. So call TODAY!