Frequently Asked Questions
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HVAC stands for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning, and it is an abbreviation experts use and refer to when explaining home heating and cooling systems. HVAC also includes air conditioners, heat pumps, furnaces, thermostats, air filters, UV sanitizers, house humidifiers, and dehumidifiers.
During the summer, dust collects on the furnace. Then, when winter comes, and you turn on the furnace, the accumulated dust will create a burning smell. Scheduling a cleaning or filter replacement service is recommended to prevent this from happening.
There are different reasons why your furnace is blowing cold air. The first thing you should do is check if the thermostat’s fan setting is “on.” If the fan setting is “on,” the blower will continuously circulate air even if the furnace isn’t heating.
Turn the fan to “auto” instead to stop the blower. Secondly, check the filter for any potential blockage. If the airflow is blocked, it can cause overheating in the furnace.
Make sure to turn off the furnace to check the filter. Then, remove the dirty filter and replace it with a new one. Contact us if you need any help with your furnace.
Heating and cooling systems usually make noise, and some may be louder than others. However, listen for odd noises such as loud hissing, rattling, or banging. This may mean that something is going wrong in your indoor comfort system, and you should call professionals to help scope out the situation.
Having condensation near the AC’s drain pipe is not unusual during warm weather. However, if you see more leaking than expected, that signals a problem with the AC.
In addition, the leaking is often due to a damaged drain pan, clogged drain line, dirty filter, low refrigerant, or broken condensate pump. If you notice any heavy leaking, it is best to contact experts as soon as possible. A professional will have the proper equipment and knowledge to efficiently and quickly solve the issue.
Have you noticed your home isn’t cooling down to the temperature you wanted? One of the reasons could be a clogged or dirty filter, which a simple replacement should fix. However, if that isn’t the problem, something else could block the airflow.
Sometimes the vents may need washing, which could help produce better airflow. Don’t hesitate to contact professionals to scope out the problem and find the best solution.
Yes, MasterCraft Mechanical can cost-effectively troubleshoot and then give upfront pricing to repairs.
Yes, even the most unexpected repairs can get completed.
Yes, depending on the heat load of the house normally a higher seer unit will condition the air better as well as lower your energy costs.
Contact MasterCraft Mechanical at 817-689-4795 serving Haslet and the surrounding areas of Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex in TX, to discuss your needs and schedule service.