Tempe AC Maintenance. What Makes My HVAC Noisy?

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Basements with furnaces, boilers, or air conditioning systems might spring to life and create sounds you hadn’t heard before. Lack of use can cause this as much as overuse without maintenance.

You could be curious about where such noises originate and whether they are dangerous or indicate the presence of something dangerous. Although most of them are minor annoyances, you should have your Tempe AC maintenance professionals examine your systems to be sure.


Tempe AC Maintenance May Be Necessary If Your Furnace Is Making Noises

Check whether your furnace generates a loud boom or bang, as this could indicate a late startup. A minor gas explosion in your furnace room is produced by a failed burner, similar to what you might have experienced with a gas grill.


Why does your furnace take so long to turn on? There are several causes for this.

• The air-to-gas ratio is high.

• Insufficient gas, low gas pressure

• Your burners are unclean, worn out, or clogged somehow.

Tempe AC Maintenance should be scheduled as soon as possible to have it cleaned and inspected. Then, before turning your furnace back on, be sure it's been cleared by an HVAC specialist.


Rumbles in the depths of Your HVAC

During one of the furnace's heating cycles, the oil that continues to burn in the combustion chamber after the burners have switched off is the source of loud house-shaking and rumbling throughout your home. Likewise, an issue with your burners, flame sensor, or pilot light can cause rumbling.

If you don't receive skilled furnace repair, carbon monoxide (CO) gas leakage into your home may be necessary. Tempe AC Maintenance can ensure that your system is leak-free and that all your sensors are in the appropriate areas.

Leaks generated by a broken heat exchanger signify a carbon monoxide problem. When the blower is turned on, it usually makes a rattling sound, and you should fix it as soon as possible.

If your furnace's duct connections are loose, you may hear rattling. You may either do it yourself by sealing your ducting or hire a professional to do it for you. The rattling could be caused by loose panels that need to be tightened.


Noises Like Clicks and Whistles

The furnace makes a clicking noise when it turns on, which is the sound of your ignition turning on. If your furnace or ventilation is clicking, you have an issue with your flame sensor. Have your flame sensor cleaned and inspected regularly. Aside from that, your gas valve could be leaking, or your wiring could be loose.

Furthermore, the buzzing you may hear is clicking. Loose wires in the transformer may cause noise coming from your furnace. Loose screws and other transformer parts can cause a buzzing sound over time. Make an appointment with an HVAC specialist to get your furnace cleaned and serviced.

Whistling can be caused by a clogged or filthy air filter, as the restricted airflow generates the sound. Replace your furnace filter regularly to maintain circulation, improve air quality, and reduce that whistling sound.


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Where Can I Find Tempe Air Conditioning Maintenance Services?

Most of these issues, such as unclean, clogged burners, may be avoided by inspecting your furnace and air conditioner once a year. Then, when you schedule to heat and cooling maintenance with Rescue One Air, you will receive a comprehensive diagnosis.

Contact Rescue One Air to schedule your AC repair or replacement. In addition, you can learn more about how to cut costs with regular AC maintenance and intelligent thermostats.

You can check out our customer reviews or browse through the Rescue One Air video library to see our AC repair crews in action for further information.

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