What Causes Heat to Go Out of Your HVAC?
It’s a nightmare scenario for anyone who lives or stays in the Smokies for the heat in the heater to stop working. It gets anywhere from 50 degrees to 5 degrees between late october to mid-April (almost half the year!) and that can mean your home will be very uncomfortable to operate in, or substantial damage can be done to fixtures in your home, such as the water pipes.
There are a myriad of reasons your HVAC unit might slowly or suddenly stop producing warm air. The compressor in the main unit may have given out, the refrigerant charge may be low or something in the system is causing an obstruction to the refrigerant, the efficiency of the unit may have wore out, the outdoor unit may be frozen up with ice – the list goes on and many of them are not steps you can normally take yourself to fix.
If the heat in your unit has gone out, call the Air Care Expert immediately and he’ll be out to assess the problem and fix it. (865) 654-1506.