AC and Heater FAQ's
Serving Orlando & the Surrounding Areas
The more you know about your HVAC system, the better you’ll be able
to spot problems that require the attention of an HVAC technician in Orlando.
At Certified Climate Control, we are dedicated to delivering furnace and
AC service suited to your needs, whether you require furnace and air conditioner
repair, a new heater or AC unit, or other climate control solutions.
Should I Replace or Repair My HVAC System?
Determining whether you should replace or repair your furnace or air conditioning
will depend on many factors. The age, maintenance and service history,
and severity of the problem affecting your HVAC system will all play a
part in this decision. Talk to your HVAC technician about your repair
and replacement options—oftentimes, replacement is best if your
unit is more than ten years old or requires repairs that cost more than
half the total of a new AC unit or furnace.
Why Do I Need a Professional Furnace and AC Maintenance?
While it is true that you can perform some HVAC maintenance tasks yourself,
many services should only be completed by a professional. Your HVAC technician
is trained in the proper disassembly, cleaning and reassembly of your
furnace and air conditioning to prevent inadvertent damage. Improperly-maintained
systems can even pose an electrical hazard, making professional HVAC maintenance
important for safety as well as convenience. Our HVAC maintenance plans
are designed to meet your system’s needs and help you save money
in both the short and long term.
Do I Need a New Thermostat?
Your thermostat is a central component of your HVAC system. If your home
still employs a manual thermostat, it’s a good idea to upgrade to
a more modern system, especially during furnace or AC replacement. Digital
programmable thermostats allow you to create programs that reduce strain
on your furnace, heat pump, or air conditioning while you’re not
home for improved performance and energy savings. A smart thermostat takes
this concept one step further, offering learning capabilities to independently
develop the best programs for your schedule and providing wireless access
to your HVAC system even while you’re not at home.
How Do I Prevent HVAC Emergencies?
Although it may seem unexpected, a furnace or air conditioner breakdown
rarely occurs without some kind of warning sign. Scheduling regular AC
and furnace maintenance and contacting your HVAC service at the first
sign of a change in performance are the best ways to prevent a complete
shutdown of your system that interrupts your daily schedule and affects
If you have questions about HVAC service or home climate control near Orlando,
please call Certified Climate Control today at (407) 888-0678 to discuss
your needs with a professional.