Frequently Asked Questions
Customers in Hunterdon County, NJ, and the neighboring areas can get heating and cooling services from Mighty Ducts Heating & Cooling LLC. Our family-run business’s mission is to give consumers peace of mind and high-quality services. Hunterdon County residents who work and live here understand how crucial consistent interior temperatures are all year long. Since 2015, our team has offered top-notch tools and expert services, and we’re a top-rated business on Yelp.
Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning are referred to as HVAC. It refers to the mechanisms that control and distribute heated and cooled air in residential and commercial structures, including workplaces, residences, and indoor stadiums. HVAC systems exist in a variety of configurations, but they all function in the same way: they all draw in fresh air and use a mechanical ventilation system to heat or cool it to a specified temperature.
Through air cleaners that remove germs, spores, and virus-sized particles, HVAC devices may help regulate humidity levels and enhance air quality. You will be able to choose the system and choices that are ideal for you and your home with the assistance of the HVAC specialist who visits your house for a pre-installation examination.
If you currently have a warranty, you may recall registering your item because the majority of manufacturers demand it. After installation, if you don’t register your system, the warranty can be invalid.
On their websites, the majority of manufacturers allow customers to check the status of their air conditioner’s warranty. Entering the unit’s serial number often triggers the system’s whole warranty coverage to be recalled.
Something may have been damaged or knocked loose if you hear banging, clanging, or rattling coming from the interior HVAC system of your home. This frequently indicates that an internal component became free. The issue is worse the louder the rattle.
There are many different noises that your system can make that can help us narrow down the solution. These can include
- Water dripping
Although it is not necessary to repair both pieces of equipment at once, doing so is always advised. High-efficiency systems of today obtain all of their energy ratings collectively. Therefore, you need a matched set of equipment to improve your energy efficiency. Because they frequently deteriorate at the same rate, we frequently replace a washer and dryer at the same time. Because we can maximize our fieldwork and expenditures with just one visit to your house, replacing both pieces of equipment at once also results in cost savings for you.
Warm air backs up in the system because a dirty filter inhibits airflow. The metal in your ductwork and the furnace itself expands and bows outward as a result of the heat back up. The metal panels in your furnace and the sheet metal of the ductwork cool and compress once the heating cycle is through, creating the “bang” or “pop” you hear inside your house.
Maintenance keeps your systems operating at their best year after year, saving you money via decreased electricity expenses. A system that receives yearly maintenance will also encounter a lot fewer malfunctions, lowering the need for and price of unneeded repairs. Regarding whatever circumstance you’re dealing with, we’re delighted to provide advice. The smallest details will be addressed with the utmost professionalism. Our full-service maintenance checks include:
- Check the parts and air filters
- Clean the heating coil and its interior components
- Tune the thermostat
- Verify all safety features
We’ll provide you with a comprehensive report on all of our findings after the tune-up is complete.
The compressor in high-efficiency air conditioners features a built-in high and low-speed motor. This makes it possible for your house to cool more evenly, dehumidify better, and start up more easily. Additionally, to conserve energy and reduce system wear and tear, these compressors start and stop less frequently. Two-speed compressors offer more uniform comfort in your house while dehumidifying well.
The average lifespan of an HVAC system lasts about 10-25 years, based on your use and maintenance schedule. Remember, it’s important to schedule routine maintenance to avoid costly repair and replacement costs and extend the life of your system.
The optimal time to plan maintenance work is, as you would have guessed, before you really need your system the most. Therefore, if we’re talking about your heating system, you should book servicing for the fall. The ideal season for your air conditioner is often April. Because HVAC specialists will be less likely to be out and about responding to emergencies during these periods, you may arrange maintenance whenever you choose.
A professional inspection of your HVAC systems should be performed once a year. Therefore, if you have a furnace or a typical central air conditioner, you should repair each of these systems annually. You should schedule this service every six months if you operate a heat pump system.