Why is it important to hire a licensed professional?
If you are thinking about renovating your home, then what is one of the first things you’ll likely do? Chances are that you’re going to talk to a professional about the work that you want done and get an estimate on the cost. If you are going to put a pool in your backyard, then it is the same drill. When the car breaks down and you need a new transmission, you’re most likely going to call a mechanic. So, why have any other sort of plan when it comes to handling the HVAC and electrical issues in your home?
Air conditioning is kind of a big deal in Florida. In fact, people weren’t able to live in Florida year-round until the invention of air conditioning in the 20th century. It was at that point at which people felt capable of moving farther south and became content with the Florida heat for a slice of tropical paradise. Swamplands were filled in, homes were constructed and fresh air was pumped directly into those homes to make them more comfortable. Without the invention and influence of air conditioning, the history of the State of Florida would be quite different.
This just goes to show how essential air conditioning is in your home. It also highlights the importance of having your system serviced and maintained by a licensed professional on a regular basis.
There are a lot of things that can go wrong with an HVAC system, and as we’ve made clear, having a functional air conditioning system is pretty much necessary to maintain your quality of life in Florida. Hiring a professional can cut the guesswork out of your heating and AC woes. A professional from All Weather Contractors can quickly determine if your busted AC is a result of an electrical issue, a leak, or another common problem. When you try to fix the system yourself you can run into trouble—especially if you aren’t entirely sure what you’re doing or where the issue is.
Here are some of the most common problems HVAC systems will experience—problems that a professional from All Weather Contractors can quickly assess, diagnose and repair:
- Blown fuse
- Broken gas valve
- Corrupted air filter
- Damaged thermostat
- Damage to the condenser or evaporator coil
- Broken compressor
- Clogged drain lines
While common, each of the issues listed above are stressful and complicated in their own way. Stay a step ahead of the damage and get the repair done the right way the first time by taking advantage of the professionals available to help you with your needs. Contact All Weather Contractors for more information.