Be Prepared to Address These Common HVAC Replacement Parts

Anybody in Martin County, Palm Beach County, or Indian River County will tell you that cool air conditioning isn’t a luxury — it’s a necessity! With running the HVAC system so often, you’re bound to need repairs or replacement parts sooner or later. As summertime and higher temps draw closer, here’s what to know about addressing common HVAC replacement parts.

HVAC Replacement Parts: Air Filter

As far as HVAC replacement parts go, air filters are about as low-tech as you can get. Yet, HVAC air filters protect more expensive and complex parts every time the HVAC system turns on.

Air filters capture airborne debris from return airflow. Without an air filter, the debris would accumulate on HVAC parts, which would decrease their efficiency and could potentially cause parts to fail. So, using a quality air filter can help prevent HVAC failures, save energy, and help improve indoor air quality.

HVAC Replacement Parts: Blower Motor

HVAC systems contain two blower motors that power two blowers. One blower pulls and pushes conditioned airflow across the evaporator coil through the ductwork and to the air-supply vents in your living spaces. The other blower is located in the outdoor HVAC unit. It pulls and pushes air through the unit and across the condenser coil.

The evaporator and condenser coils are the HVAC components that extract and release heat energy from the air. These coils are common HVAC replacement parts that often need addressing if they become too dirty or if they become damaged.

HVAC Replacement Parts: Compressor and Refrigerant

If you’ve ever wondered how HVAC systems cool and heat your home, learn about refrigerant and compressors. An HVAC compressor manipulates refrigerant inside the coils to change states between a cold vapor and a hot liquid. When it’s a cold vapor, the refrigerant removes heat energy from the air. When it’s a hot liquid, the refrigerant releases heat energy to the air. If the compressor is aging or if the refrigerant isn’t at correct levels, you’re going to have some problems.

If you’re having issues with these common HVAC replacement parts, contact NisAir Air Conditioning and Heating today!

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