662-AIR-TEAM     Sardis, MS 38666

HVAC heating systems have three basic components. If your heating system isn’t working properly, one of these basic components could be the problem:

    Furnace, boiler or heat pump, this uses warm air or water to heat your home.
    Heat distribution system: Moves warm air, steam or hot water through the home.
    Thermostat, this regulates the amount of heat that is distributed throughout your home

Heat Sources Furnaces and boilers are often called Central Heating Systems, because the heat is generated in a central location and distributed throughout your home. However, they are actually heat sources that are listed here: Furnace: Heats warm air that is distributed throughout the home via the use of a blower motor and air ducts. Boiler: Provides heated water or steam that is distributed throughout the home via a series of pipes. Heat Pumps: Pulls heat from the surrounding air to warm the home. It can also be used for home cooling. We repair all of them.

 

We provide heating and cooling services for Oxford Area. If an A/C system is not properly charged with refrigerant, it is unable to efficiently remove heat and cool your home or an apartment. The outside unit is not working. The condenser fan located outside your home removes heat from the compressor and keeps refrigerant cool. The condenser fan can stop working due to a faulty capacitor, a bad motor bearing can cause it to overheat, or there may not be power to the system. Insufficiently cooled rooms in the house, office or apartment. This can be due to poor duct design, kinked or damaged air ducts, or an air duct leak. The A/C unit is not blowing cold air. This can be can be a result of various issues, including the following: Lack of power to the system; not functioning correctly thermostat batteries; A low system charge; Dirty air filters (Note: Dirty air filters can cause many system malfunctions. Air filters should be changed every month.)We also offer air filter replacement services.

 

According to the U.S. Department of Energy’s Energy Star program, leaky ducts in attics or crawl spaces can account for 20 percent or more of a home’s heating and cooling energy losses. This results in higher utility bills for you and difficulty keeping your house comfortable.

A few signs you may have leaky ducts are if you have:

    High utility bills in summer and winter.
    Difficult-to-heat-and-cool rooms.
    Stuffy rooms that never seem to feel comfortable.
    Attic, crawlspace, or garage ducts.
    Tangled or kinked flexible ducts in your system.

Does your home has a duct leak?