What to Expect During an HVAC Repair

March 20, 2019

If your HVAC system stops circulating air into your home or the air smells bad, you’ll likely require HVAC repair services. 4 Seasons can send a trained technician to look over your situation. Before you schedule a repair, you should have a better idea about what this process entails and how the repairs are provided.

Initial Thermostat Check

The first order of business when a technician arrives at your home is to check the thermostat. While this might seem like an unnecessary step, there are times when faulty thermostat settings can make it appear as though there’s something wrong with the actual HVAC system. The technician will attempt to lower the temperature on the thermostat to determine if the system will turn on. This should only take a couple of minutes.

Diagnosis of the Problem

If the thermostat proves not to be the issue, an extensive system inspection will be completed. This essentially means that the technician will check each component to make sure that they’re working properly. Everything from the quality of the air condenser to the refrigerant levels will be checked. Once a problem has been identified, the actual repair work will begin.

Complete Repair Work

Before any repair work begins, our technicians will provide you with a detailed explanation of the problem as well as what it will require to fix the issue. If a part needs to be replaced, it may be ordered and installed at a later date. There are also times when the required repair work will be so extensive that a replacement will be recommended. The length of this process depends entirely on how many components need to be repaired.

At 4 Seasons, we provide air conditioning, heating, and water heater services for residents throughout Alpharetta and the surrounding areas. We’ve have been handling maintenance, repair, and installation services for more than 40 years.

When you’re in need of repair services for your HVAC system, contact 4 Seasons to schedule a service call.

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