Often when something goes wrong with your furnace, it’s pretty obvious: Something stops working and you need to get it repaired. Sounds simple, right? But the truth is that sometimes your Apple Valley furnace does something weird, and you just aren’t sure why. Here are some surprising winter HVAC issues, and what they really mean for your system.
Are you looking for a new, low-cost way to heat your Apple Valley home? Here are the most common fuels, and how they stack up when it comes to price and efficiency.
A zoned HVAC system – particular for houses that only have a single furnace or air conditioner – uses a combination of multiple thermostats throughout the house and dampers in the ductwork. This helps to divide a house (or an office space, for example) into different zones that can be regulated at different temperatures.
HVAC systems come in two optional setups: split and packaged. While the difference may seem unimportant at first, these are two very different systems, designed for different types of buildings. Here’s what you need to know about how these systems can work.
If you’re spending the summer in the High Desert with the air conditioning turned up high, you may have noticed a seriously strange problem: your air conditioning unit is freezing over and breaking down at regular intervals. At Victory Heating & Air, we see this problem frequently in Apple Valley, Victorville, and other nearby areas. Here’s what you need to know.