If something goes wrong with the HVAC system, would you know how to handle it? In most cases, when the system is running correctly, a few issues can get overlooked. However, it would be best to have safety measures in place for protection if your heating and air conditioning system fails.
Our HVAC repair experts in Clark's Heating and Air share our top tips that will make sure you stay safe when it comes to your heating and air conditioning system.
Clean your air filter
Check filters regularly, clean or replace them as part of your HVAC maintenance routine because clogged air filters in the furnace can leak carbon monoxide fumes into your home.
Install carbon monoxide and smoke detectors
Your system can cause an electrical fire due to loose connections from the expansion and contraction of heat pump units. The fire consists of carbon monoxide, and it is potentially dangerous when inhaled. To prevent this issue, you should reach out to our team for additional HVAC services. We can inspect and install carbon monoxide and smoke detectors throughout your home if you don't have them in place.
Schedule annual professional maintenance
If you have already done an HVAC installation in Braselton, GA, having it maintained by our professionals is paramount to avoid safety issues. Our experts will evaluate if your system is faulty and ensure batteries for carbon monoxide and smoke are still serving you efficiently.
Designate family-friendly areas
Pilot lights and pressure-release valves can be dangerous because they can burn you if not handled properly. Therefore, rooms that contain furnaces and boilers should be inaccessible to children and pets to avoid such problems.
For a professional inspection of your HVAC system, contact us at Clark's Heating and Air. Our experts will treat your home well by ensuring its safety and that of your family through quality service.