by Don Rackler on October 11, 2012
It’s not uncommon for homeowners to experience HVAC airflow issues — if they don’t regularly maintain their air conditioner, heat pump or furnace.
The indoor unit of your split-packaged system, the most common type of residential HVAC system, houses the air handler and the outdoor unit comprises the condenser. Inside the air handler, you’ll find the blower, filter, coil and condensate pan, as well as the ductwork extension, all of which require annual service to operate safely and efficiently. With all components a “go,” airflow through your home should remain at peak levels, with each room comfortably heated or cooled.
If you’ve neglected maintenance, and HVAC airflow issues are a problem in your home, you may have noticed one or more of these signs of neglect:
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