Frequently Asked HVAC Questions

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Here at Central Air, LLC we want you to experience perfect comfort and understand the HVAC problems you experience on a day to day basis. That's why we've taken the time to make a list of the most frequently asked questions we get from out clients. We believe you deserve the answers and support you need, and we're here to provide them. If you can't find what you're looking for, or want more information about our services, contact us today!

How often should I change my air filter?

How often should I change my air filter?

You should change your air filters every 30 days and unless there is a underlying issue you should use the least expensive filters. Replacing the air filter helps your system to last long by reducing equipment strain, and saves you money on utilities by keeping the airflow moving steadily.

How often should I have my equipment surviced?

How often should I have my equipment surviced?

Heating and Air Conditioning equipment, no matter what kind you have should be inspected, cleaned and serviced twice a year. Once in the spring to get ready for summer and once in the fall to get ready for winter. Over time your HVAC system accumulates dirt and dust in areas that affect its efficiency. If not checked, your A/C system could lose 5 percent of its operating efficiency each year due to this buildup, meaning it is unable to cool your house as well as it could if it were clean.

What is the best way to heat and cool my home?

What is the best way to heat and cool my home?

The best way to heat and cool your home in the Southeast is with a heat pump central air system. Heat pumps will use the outside air to heat and cool your home efficiently while increasing the quality of your indoor air. Central air systems also make less noise, are easy to operate, and are located outside so they do not take up any inside space.

Should I have my air ducts cleaned?

Should I have my air ducts cleaned?

It's easy for companies to convince homeowners that their ducts need cleaning, but unless ducts are really dirty there's no reason to clean them. The EPA recommends cleaning only if the ducts and HVAC unit are contaminated. If you change your air filters every 30 days there will be no need to have your air ducts cleaned.