Filter changes are needed

I never thought I would receive such an incredibly extensive knowledge of Heating, Ventilation, and A/C systems. However, when I obtained our first home, I ultimately realized that I had a lot of reading to do. After about several months in the new house, I ended up realizing that it was taking the a/c much longer to cool the home than it should have. It would take nearly an entire hour before our home started to become comfortable. After a little research, I found a couple of potential complications, so of course I tried to evaluate the situation on my own. The first thing I did was check our air filter. I hadn’t replaced it since moving in, and I figured that could be the source of the problem. When I pulled it out, found that it was filthy. After I went ahead and replaced it with a brand new filter, I thought that the concern would resolve. After a few days, it still didn’t really cool the place legitimately well. I decided to call the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C corporation for some professional advice. They sent a certified Heating, Ventilation, and A/C worker to our new home for an inspection. She discovered that the air handler had frozen up entirely. She told me that this particularly happened because I waited so long to replace the air filter, which of course wasn’t really my fault since I had just moved in. The tech did some cleaning and other light touch ups before leaving our Heating, Ventilation, and A/C setup feeling just about new, and now I know that it is seriously critical to perform routine service and cleanings on a heating and cooling system, failure to do so can actually lead to some drastic and often times expensive repairs.

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