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Halloween
10-27-2020

Spooky HVAC Stories

Halloween is on the way, and it’s officially the spooky season. Pumpkins are showing up on porches, leaves are falling, and there’s a chill in the air. Is your HVAC system ready for the new season, or are things going to get spooky around your house? If your HVAC system needs maintenance, a repair, or another type of attention, our team at Christian Heating & Air Conditioning is up to the job! Discover what can happen if you don’t prepare your HVAC system for the spooky season.

A Coldness in the House

You open the front door and walk into your house after a long day at work. Suddenly, you feel a coldness all around you. Everything is silent, and you’re starting to wonder if there’s an uninvited presence in your house.

What you have is an uninvited issue with your HVAC system. The coldness is due to a malfunctioning furnace. It could be a clogged filter, an issue with the thermostat, an issue with the air ducts, or some other problem. It takes a professional HVAC technician to figure out why a furnace has stopped. And, more importantly, how to get it operational again.

A Door That Closes on Its Own

You’re standing in your kitchen slicing vegetables when the door to the dining room slowly starts to close. You call out to see if anyone is there. No one answers. Do you have a ghost in your house?

The good news is, it’s not a ghost. It’s likely to be an air pressure imbalance. An expert HVAC technician can give your system a full examination and fix the problem.

Eerie Noises Coming from the Utility Room

Every so often, you hear a high-pitched screeching coming from the utility room where your furnace and AC unit is located. You stop by the door to listen. A loud bang from inside makes you jump and run out of the house to the neighbors. Do you have an invisible guest who’s trying to communicate with you?

Thankfully, the answer is no. You have an HVAC system that’s experiencing issues resulting in screeching and banging noises. The screeching is probably a malfunctioning belt or a worn-out motor. The banging sounds could be the metal plates of your HVAC’s ductwork expanding and contracting as the system kicks on. A trained HVAC technician from our team can determine the cause of the sounds and repair the issue.

So, if your HVAC system is causing some spooky occurrences like the ones above, contact Christian Heating and Air Conditioning today. We use our professional equipment and expert knowledge to solve the issue and get your HVAC system working efficiently once again.