It can be inconvenient and upsetting when your AC stops working in the middle of the hot summer months. Get ahead of any potential HVAC issues with Newton's free HVAC estimates. If you are facing a problem dealing with heating or cooling then we are here to help. At Newton Heating and Air we can fully handle all of your heating and cooling repair needs. HVAC repairs are our specialty, we would love to share more with you about the ways that we can help meet your heating and ventilation repair needs.
At Newton Heating and Air we have years of HVAC repair experience on our side to help solve your problems and fix any potential issues that may arise! Our HVAC contractors and HVAC technicians will complete the repair for you and will get the job done with care and attention to detail. Our customers satisfaction is our number one priority when we work on an HVAC repair job. A few of the things we specialize in includes emergency furnace repair, emergency air conditioning repair, heat pump repair and more! At Newton Heating and Air we realize that HVAC problems can happen at any moment, that's why we are proud to offer 24 hour help to our clients. To learn more about the cost to replace your heat and air unit give us a call or contact us today!
The cool air flowing through your home during the hot summer months is probably not something you spend much time thinking about. The components of your home cooling system are usually housed out of sight in the basement, a closet, on rooftops or in mechanical rooms, making them easy to ignore until something goes wrong. As the cooling season unfolds, Newton's Heating and Air reminds you to remember your home cooling system and do what you can to keep it in peak working condition:
Check the batteries in your thermostat. Believe it or not, the most common reason cool air is not blowing out of the vents is because the fan is on, but the thermostat has lost power so it can’t tell the air conditioner to turn on. Yes, that is correct - check the batteries!
Change or clean your air filters. If you use disposable air filters, change them once a month. If you use electrostatic filters or an electronic air cleaner, follow the manufacturer’s cleaning instructions.
Look at your landscaping. Properly placed plants can save you money. Plant trees and shrubs so that they shade your air conditioner unit but do not block its airflow. This will help the unit run more efficiently. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, an air conditioner uses about 10% less electricity when working in the shade.
Clean up the area around your outdoor unit. Clear away anything that could block airflow, such as weeds, plants leaves, trash or other debris.
Clean everything indoors, too. Clear dust and dirt away from registers and vacuum return air grilles. A clean system works better, lasts longer and uses less electricity. Reduced airflow wears your home cooling system out.
Schedule a check-up. Regular preventative maintenance is the best way to ensure trouble-free operation and peak performance all summer long. A professional check-up from Newton's Heating and Air will address routine maintenance tasks you should not attempt yourself, such as checking refrigerant levels, checking and cleaning internal system components, measuring airflow, checking electrical connections and more.