If you love tackling home improvement projects and learning to fix things around your Englewood, Florida, home, you might feel tempted to repair your HVAC system. Rather than risk turning a minor HVAC issue into an expensive problem, make sure you know when you’re in over your head. Leave these four HVAC repairs to the pros:

Thermostat Calibration

While you can certainly adjust your home’s temperature and humidity to your heart’s content, those are the only thermostat adjustments you should make. If you think your thermostat isn’t working properly or needs calibrating, seek a professional’s help.

Fluid Leaks

Fluid leaks can spell big trouble for your air conditioner or heater. But that doesn’t mean you should investigate them yourself. Try to identify the source visually, and use a container to catch any leaking fluid. Then, call in a professional to assess the problem and repair it.

Part Replacements

You should replace your HVAC system’s air filter every 30 to 90 days. But you shouldn’t attempt to replace or repair any other parts, even if you’re positive that you know what’s wrong with your HVAC system. 

Whether your HVAC system needs a new thermostat, a blower motor or an evaporator coil, don’t view it as a DIY project. HVAC systems require professional calibration to get the air pressure, flow, temperature and humidity just right throughout your home.

Duct Cleaning

Even if you keep your home perfectly clean, your HVAC system’s ductwork can collect dust, dirt and debris over time. While you can vacuum the exterior of the heating and cooling registers, never attempt to clear ducts yourself. Call our team to learn more about our professional duct cleaning service and how it can improve your indoor air quality and lower your utility bills.

Whether you need emergency repairs or a basic consultation, our team is here to handle all your HVAC needs. Call today to schedule an appointment with All American Heating & Cooling by dialing (941) 451-5228.

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