Homeowners associations (HOAs) are great! They exist primarily to protect property values, maintain community facilities and facilitate the delivery of adequate social and economic services to residents in the neighborhood. However, they can sometimes interfere with your HVAC needs, particularly your air conditioning installation and maintenance requirements. In today’s article, your friends over at Superior Air share some issues concerning your HVAC system that might come up with your HOA.
Air conditioning installation is a considerable expense, so you want to protect your current HVAC equipment as much as possible. Home remodeling projects can be bad for your HVAC unit because it’s exposed to more dirt and debris. Dirt and dust can cause HVAC damage that’s expensive to repair, so it’s your job to protect it. Here’s how.
One of the most common reasons behind air conditioning repair calls is short cycling. Short cycling is when a heat pump or furnace is turning on and off more frequently than normal. This generally means the unit isn’t able to maintain the desired temperature, so it has to restart over and over again to compensate for this.
Heating and air conditioning installation these days is far more complex than in the past thanks to the technologies that have evolved in the manufacturing and functionality of newer equipment. Complex though they are, today’s units are also better at providing quality heating and air conditioning, saving energy and lasting longer than their predecessors. They’re also more environmentally-friendly.
Humidity levels vary from season to season. Your home’s indoor humidity levels can affect occupant comfort and health and also lead to structural problems and appliance longevity. It’s important to discuss this with your air conditioning installation professional.