The weather might be pleasant outside, but that doesn’t mean your central heating, furnace, or air conditioning should be ignored. A faulty system could drive up your energy bill, decrease the air quality in your home, or even become a fire hazard. If you have concerns about your HVAC system, call Magic Plumbing and we’ll be happy to assist.
- AC Repair & Installation
- Heater Repair & Installation
- Boiler Services
- Heat Pump Services
- And More!
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Signs Your Heater Needs Repair
When winter comes, you want to be sure your heater is up to the task of keeping out the cold. Nothing will ruin your summer as quickly as a broken-down heating unit or furnace.
A properly working heater is important for not only comfort but also for safety. A dysfunctional system can result in poor air quality, illness, or fire.
Call Magic Plumbing if you experience one or more of the following:
- Your house is not getting warm enough
- The central heating system or furnace is making loud noises
- Your monthly utility bills suddenly rise
- Thermostat issues
- Leaking ductwork
There could be any number of problems with your system, whether it be age, cracks in the unit, mechanical wear and tear, or clogged filters.
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Common AC Problems
Having a functioning AC system is important for the comfort level and air quality of your home. But things naturally break down, and air conditioning is no different. Repairs are inevitable, so call Magic Plumbing if:
- The AC unit is not producing cold air
- Air is not flowing through your vents properly
- Your utility bill rises without change in use
- Some areas of your home are warmer than others
- Moisture is coming from the unit
If you catch any of these signs, then call Magic Plumbing as soon as you can. Not only will these issues cost you money when you pay your energy bill, but they can turn in to much larger problems if not treated.
Regular maintenance is key to extending the life of your air conditioner. Even though AC systems break down over time, you still want to keep your home comfortable and safe.