Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What should I expect from an HVAC contractor?
A: A standard HVAC maintenance service might involve inspection and cleaning. They will also look at improving your existing HVAC system’s performance by upgrading parts like air filters, cleaning ducts, and adding refrigerant to the air conditioning system and heat pumps.

Q: What does a HVAC do?
A: HVAC stands for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning. It refers to the systems that regulate and move heated and cooled air throughout residential and commercial buildings, from homes to offices to indoor stadiums

Q: What do you call someone who does HVAC?
A: Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning are collectively referred to as HVAC, and the professionals who work in this industry are called HVAC technicians or HVAC tech.

Q: Is HVAC considered construction?
A: HVAC is part of the construction industry.

Q: Why is my AC running but not cooling?
A: If you’re experiencing AC not cooling while the system is powered on, you could have a clogged or blocked coil. Unfortunately, a wide variety of debris can find its way into this equipment, including grass, dirt, and other contaminants. This can result in a serious clog, which can lead to a system malfunction.

Q: How do I get my AC cold again?
A: Leave the A/C button off at first. Turn the fan to its maximum speed and make sure the airflow is set to “outside” mode. Then, once you’ve forced out some of the humid, hot air that’s accumulated in the car, turn on the A/C and switch to “recirculate” airflow mode. Now you can set the A/C to “max cool.”

Q: What is AC coolant?
A: In the world of HVAC, we commonly refer to this cooling agent as “AC coolant.” An AC coolant runs through interior coils of an appliance that either 1) cool passing air or 2) help to condense water in humid air.

Q: Will AC fan run if compressor is bad?
A: Inappropriate maintenance of the AC compressor sometimes can lead to its malfunctioning. An air conditioning unit can still appear to run with a malfunctioning HVAC compressor. AC unit is equipped with a pair of fans, which still can run even in case of a malfunctioned compressor.

Q: Can I refill my Freon myself?
A: It’s possible to add Freon to your air conditioner unit yourself, but you’ll need some general knowledge about ACs and a few specific tools to do it correctly. The process can be dangerous, so hire a qualified professional if you feel unsure about what to do.

Q: What happens when Freon leaks?
A: While tasteless and odorless, Freon does make a large impact on your air and health. Refrigerant poisoning is a serious condition that can lead to difficulty breathing, headaches, nausea and vomiting, skin and eye irritation, and coughing.

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