Many people feel that California offers the best year-round weather, as compared to any other state. We agree; our mild climate and sunny days attract new residents from the rest of the country as well as from many other parts of the world. We truly are fortunate to get to enjoy such wonderful weather here in Southern California!
Even so, our climate isn’t perfect. We experience highs in the 90s, sometimes even in winter! And there are May Gray and June Gloom days when the sun hardly comes out (if at all) and temperatures get chilly. We also get the occasional winter storm that drops our temperatures to lows we’re not accustomed to.
Because we do experience heat waves, temperature dips, and occasional storms, even those of us living here in beautiful Southern California need to have reliable heating and air conditioning systems in our homes and our businesses. Increasingly, our state is seeing temperature extremes that we used to not experience, so the need for reliable heating and cooling equipment is only going to grow.
With an HVAC system, problems occasionally arise, leading to poor climate control results. When it’s either 90 degrees or 40 degrees outside, you need your air conditioning unit or your furnace to work well. You may be able to overlook your HVAC equipment for most of the year, but on these particular days, you can’t risk having heating and air conditioning units that are malfunctioning.
For all of these reasons, it’s important to have your HVAC system looked at and tended to periodically by a local HVAC specialist, even here where most days feel like spring. Whether you live in Temecula, Murrieta, Palm Springs, Irvine, Anaheim, or any other Southern California location, you’ll enjoy peace of mind when you have a local HVAC specialist you can feel confident turning to for both routine maintenance and unexpected issues. Here are top reasons to call your local HVAC contractors.
You Experience Overly Hot Or Cold Spots In Certain Rooms
Let’s say you and your family are sitting in the living room one winter evening, having a conversation while watching television. Your daughter is in one spot and complains about how cold it is. Meanwhile your son is over in the corner and says that to him, it’s way too hot. You get up to investigate, and lo and behold, you discover that they’re right! One area is overly cold, and another area in the very same room feels way too hot. Having these unpleasant hot and cold spots is not normal, although in our experience, it’s not uncommon. To get the temperatures distributed more evenly throughout each room of your house, reach out to an HVAC specialist who will diagnose the problem and come up with workable solutions.
Your HVAC System Is Running All The Time, But Your Indoor Climate Isn’t Being Controlled
Do you hear your HVAC system working hard, running much of the time both day and night? It feels like it’s working overtime, and yet, you’re not feeling the results you want. Your indoor climate is not at the comfort level you seek. What’s the problem? The issue could be due to any number of factors related to your heating and air conditioning system. While the problem may seem complex, and you may not even know where to start, the best place to begin is with a phone call to your local HVAC specialist, who has plenty of experience diagnosing and repairing systems that aren’t heating or cooling properly, even if the motor is running constantly. The solution may be as simple as changing the filters! Or the thermostat may need to be replaced. Don’t play the guessing game; call a qualified HVAC technician who can pinpoint exactly what’s wrong and do the necessary work to get your equipment working the way it’s supposed to.
Your Energy Bills Seem Unusually High
While it’s true that the price of gas and electricity goes up from time to time, your higher bills may actually be due to a different reason. Malfunctioning HVAC equipment can consume higher than normal quantities of gas or electricity, resulting in bills that are way too high. If your utility bills have spiked recently, it may be due to your HVAC system. Have a qualified technician come by to see what’s going on. Replacing coils, installing a new thermostat, clearing out vents, replacing components that have worn down or corroded — these are just some of the things a qualified HVAC technician can do to help your system run more efficiently and lower your monthly energy bills.
Something Breaks Down
Maybe your system has been making odd sounds for a while, and now it’s not working at all. What do you do? Unless you have a background in heating and cooling systems, you really should call a professional who does this work day in and day out. When your furnace or your air conditioner breaks down, it’s hard to know where to start. Our HVAC technicians have a checklist they refer to that, along with their experience and technical background, lets them zero in on what’s wrong quickly to avoid wasting your time or your money.
The System Needs Routine Maintenance
The best way to keep your system from breaking down at the most inopportune moment is to have routine maintenance done at least once a year. Call your local HVAC specialist to make an appointment for regular maintenance of your heating and cooling equipment. This may involve changing filters, cleaning or clearing vents, replacing corroded cables, or any other maintenance tasks that can extend the life of your equipment, often for many years to come.
You Need New Equipment Installed
If it’s time to replace your air conditioner or your furnace, call the professionals. Please don’t try to do it yourself. There’s a right way and a wrong way to install new equipment. Call HVAC specialists to do the installation correctly, and to test everything so you can be assured that your system works properly when you need it most. With new equipment, you can enjoy greater indoor comfort while saving money on your monthly utility bills. In older commercial buildings, having new HVAC equipment installed can bring you enormous savings by bringing down your operational expenses.
You’re Ready For More Efficient Equipment
Whether for your wallet or for the environment, or for both, you’re ready to try a high-efficiency air conditioning system, or you’re ready to replace your ancient furnace with a newer, more efficient model. An HVAC specialist can make recommendations for you, so you can decide for yourself which high-efficiency system best fits your lifestyle and your budget.
R&R Heating And Cooling Is Here For You!
When you hire R&R Heating And Cooling as the HVAC company to take care of your heating and air conditioning needs here in Southern California, you gain the assurance that qualified HVAC technicians will work on your system, bringing the right tools with them, and getting the job done right in a timely manner. What’s more, our technicians will clean up after themselves, so you won’t be left with a mess to take care of once they’re gone. And if you still notice any issues later on, give us a call, and we’ll be happy to come back to fine-tune your equipment.
Whether it’s heating and furnace repair, air conditioner repair services, HVAC maintenance, installation of new equipment, or any other type of heating and air conditioning service you need taken care of here in Southern California, give us a call. R&R Heating And Cooling regularly serves new and existing customers in Temecula, Murrieta, Palm Springs, Anaheim, Irvine, and many other cities and communities in the area. Don’t put up with a faulty air conditioning or heating system. Reach out to your local HVAC specialists today!