May 13, 2020

You would be surprised how much the quality of the air in your home can tell a technician. This is one of the main reasons why our NATE-certified technicians always run a few quick tests before they start working on a system.

If you have areas in your house with pockets of warm air, for example, this can let our technicians know that there is a blockage within your system that is causing issues. While this is a simple fix and an easy thing to troubleshoot, NORCO Heating & Air Conditioning does not take shortcuts for our Spokane customers. We catch these issues before they become serious problems.

What Does It Mean if I Have Water Pooling Near My HVAC?

If you see water gathering on the drywall surrounding your HVAC unit, chances are good that you have a problem and your air quality is going to suffer. A technician will check the insulation of your system to see if there are any visibly exposed areas that are causing this issue.

As soon as you identify the water on the drywall, pick up the phone and give NORCO Heating & Air Conditioning a call so that we can troubleshoot the problem. This is an easy one to solve during the early stages. However, the situation becomes more problematic if ice starts to form on the coils.

How Do Filters Impact My Air Quality?

Filters might be the most important item to keep an eye on if you have people in your home or office who are sensitive to air quality. Changing your filters on a regular basis is a quick and easy way to make sure that your HVAC system will continue to operate properly.

Whatever the issue, feel free to reach out to our award-winning team at NORCO Heating & Air Conditioning for all of your HVAC repair needs in Spokane. We offer heating and cooling services to handle all of your installation and maintenance requests. Our technicians can even address electrical issues you are having in your home. We are able to perform work on all makes and models, but we specialize in Lennox, Train, and Mitsubishi systems. Give us a call today for more information.

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