Problems with heating and air conditioning require a thorough inspection of all HVAC components given their interrelated nature. We recommend scheduling an HVAC system inspection if you notice any problems with heating the cabin, defroster taking longer, poor air conditioning, or restricted airflow. A certified technician will review performance, inspect the essential components, and identify the problem for corrective repair.
Cabin Air Filter Replacement
The cabin air filter within the air duct removes airborne particulates exiting the HVAC system. This small yet vital component traps contaminants including pollen, harmful gasses, mold spores, and more. Smelling foul odors inside the cabin and restricted airflow from the vents are the telltale indicators of needing cabin air filter replacement.
The motor that pushes air from the HVAC system through air ducts and into the cabin can develop physical damage or electrical issues, such as damaged wiring, or blown fuses. Visit us for an HVAC inspection if the airflow feels restricted or the blower motor isn’t turning on.
Heater Core Repair
The heater core helps to keep the engine cool while heating cabin air for a pleasant driving experience in cold weather. Heater core issues are caused by clogging and damage. Clogged heater cores can be flushed, and damaged heater cores require replacement.
A/C Service & Repair
Air conditioning requires several components that might develop problems. Noticing hotter-than-usual air is the telltale indicator that you need an A/C inspection. Common corrective air conditioning system services are A/C recharge, compressor repairs, and condenser/evaporator repairs.