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- Is an inefficient air conditioner in your home costing you big bucks in high energy bills?
- Has a broken furnace in your office building made it difficult for you and your employees to stay comfortable during the workday?
Regardless of the problems you’re experiencing with your HVAC systems, Forgenie HVAC Services can help. We're here to help you keep the indoor environment of your home or commercial space comfortable all year long by providing you with expert HVAC services. Whether you need air conditioning installation or thermostat replacement, residents of New York & New Jersey count on us to provide superior customer service and impeccable results!
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There are many parts in your Heater or Air Conditioner, this means there are a whole range of issues that you can experience at any given time. Here are (3) three of the most common.
The compressor in your system is tasked with pressurizing the refrigerant so that heat can be released. It has its own motor and a fair amount of electrical wiring. It is a component that works very hard, so different problems can develop, such as motor issues and electrical issues. The compressor is a complex device, and because refrigerant runs through it, only a certified technician should handle it.
Your air conditioner has two fans: the evaporator fan, known as the blower, and the condenser fan, which resides in the outdoor unit. The condenser fan helps remove the heat from your system while the indoor blower pushes the cool air into your ductwork. Common problems that can develop with fans are issues with the belts, motor problems and loose or bent blades.
Refrigerant leaks are common in air conditioners, but finding them is a challenge, which is why you need a professional to handle a refrigerant leak. Leaky refrigerant lowers the level of refrigerant in your entire system, which can lead to numerous problems.
There are several different types of Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) systems. In addition to the heat pump, here are three (3) other types of home HVAC units.
A ductless, or mini-split, system is a great option for air conditioning. Copper pipes are used instead of ductwork. Ductless HVAC systems have indoor and outdoor components that need to be placed properly. Despite the initial cost, ductless systems save money in the long run.
Packaged Heating & Cooling
In packaged systems, all the components are housed in a single box. Packaged heating and cooling systems are great for both warm and cool seasons. You can even add humidifiers and dehumidifiers to your system to control the humidity in your home. If you live in a very dry or humid area, these can be a worthwhile add-on to your packaged heating and cooling system.
Geothermal heating systems can save you money on both your cooling and heating systems. Geothermal heat is very eco-friendly since the heat is coming from the ground. The downside is that the installation fee can be fairly high, especially if you live in a high-density area where a pipe would need to be drilled hundreds of feet into the ground or have the use of a pond or lake.
As you can see, each type of HVAC system has its advantages and disadvantages, but ductless, packaged, and geothermal heat pumps are all great options. Weigh the pros and cons of these HVAC systems to find one that will work for you.
Numerous studies have concluded that Heating and Air Conditioning units should be inspected, cleaned, and serviced on an annual basis. Here is some of what we will do for you.
A recent study conducted by the Louisiana Cooperative Extension Service revealed that 9 out of 10 HVAC system failures are caused by dirt and dust. A dirty unit can be the cause respiratory distress. In additiont dirty evaporator and condenser coils can increase the energy usage of your air conditioning system by over 30 percent. The A/C coils should be cleaned at least once a year
Our well-trained technicians will find and fix problems refrigerant issues in your air conditioning system these include:
- Checking for correct amount of refrigerant
- Testing for refrigerant leaks using a leak detector
- Capturing any refrigerant that must be evacuated from the system, instead of illegally releasing it to the atmosphere
Our technicians will check your electrical system to
- Verify the correct electric control sequence and make sure that the heating system and cooling system cannot operate simultaneously
- Inspect electric terminals, clean and tighten connections, and apply a non-conductive coating if necessary
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