San Diego CA Professional Heating Repair

Residential and commercial heating systems take a beating during the winter season While the average winter temperature is 43.3 degrees Fahrenheit, most residents have heating systems installed in their homes and businesses. San Diego is nowhere being close to being California’s coldest city, when the temperatures dip in the low 40s, residents are ready to switch on their heating system.

The average high in San Diego is 70 degrees Fahrenheit (58 degrees Celsius) and average low is 21 degrees Fahrenheit (14 degrees Celsius). It is impossible to get comfortable when temperatures drop below freezing, regardless if you live in North Park, East Village, Little Italy, Gaslamp District, or Del Mar Mesa, you will need some type of heating system.

Signs Of A Malfunctioning Residential Heating System

There comes a time in the service life of every home heating system when a malfunction will occur. No one wants to be left dealing with a malfunctioning  furnace, boiler, or heat pump, especially when the temperatures are 32 degrees Fahrenheit or lower. Having an idea of what to expect and how to differentiate between normal operating and abnormal sounds of an HVAC system. This knowledge will prove to play in your favor when you do encounter a problem within your heating system.

Abnormal signs that point to a malfunctioning heating system includes the following:

  • Rattling noise – a loose component
  • Grinding noise – an internal component on the verge of failing
  • Vibration noise – compressor making contact with other components
  • Uneven airflow – clogged filter or dirty coil
  • No airflow – clogged vents or ducts (ducts may be leaking)
  • Not cooling – malfunctioning thermostat or reversing valve
  • Not heating – clogged filter or low refrigerant
  • Not cycling on and off – refrigerant leaking or damaged thermostat

Comprehensive Home He ating Diagnostics And Repair

HVAC malfunctions are rated minor and severe. When the culprit is discovered early on through diagnostics testing, we consider this a minor repair. The damaged component is replaced and the unit is returned to its original state, operating as usual. When HVAC diagnostics does not detect the problem, there is a major going on inside the unit.

Malfunctions associated with clogged filters, ducts, and vents generally require minor repairs. Electrical problems, resulting in a complete malfunction generally require a more comprehensive approach. These are issues that need to be avoided altogether. Believe it or not, HVAC technicians do not have the answer to all problems that may arise.

Routine Home Heating System Maintenance

What is the key to an efficiently operating residential heating system? Of course, it is maintenance. Not just any maintenance, but routine maintenance with coil cleaning and filter replacement. Ask any HVAC technician how he/she feels about maintenance. You will get the same answer every time. Maintenance is the key to a fully functional, longer-lasting heating and air conditioning system.

Our NATE-certified technicians address several factors during the maintenance process. First, and foremost, the filtration system is visually inspected for signs of clogs and the filter is replaced. Second, the coils are fully inspected and cleaned to removal all dirt, grim, sap from nearby trees, and other debris.

Third, the fan is inspected for potential damaged caused by flying debris. This process continues until every component stored inside the outdoor enclosure. A similar process is utilized for furnaces, boilers, electric heaters, and radiant floor heating systems.

Our Heating, Ventilation, And Air Conditioning “HVAC” Company

We are conveniently located in the heart of San Diego. We employ members from the local communities. Our technicians have undergone extensive safety training, passed the North American Technician Excellence “NATE” exam, and graduated from accredited HVAC programs in the United States.

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