blower motor

February 16, 2017

This is Why You Should Buy an HVAC System, Not Just a Replacement Unit

HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) systems are a collection of interconnected components and parts. If one part has failed, it could have ramifications — or already has — on other parts and functions in the HVAC system. For example, running your heat pump with a dirty filter too often and too long could eventually cause your blower motor and/or compressor to seize up. In other words, one repair problem may signal that more problems with other components will soon […]
April 3, 2014

Forced-Air Furnace Troubleshooting Tips to Keep You Warm This Winter

When there is a problem with your forced-air furnace, service calls can be quite expensive, especially outside of regular hours. With these forced-air furnace troubleshooting tips, you may be able to fix the problem on your own, keeping your family warm and more money in your pocket: Uneven heating: Many systems have dampers in the registers or air ducts that can be opened or closed to make slight adjustments to the airflow in each room. Place a thermometer in each […]
December 27, 2011

Why A Variable-Speed Blower Motor Can Help Your System Run Longer And Better

A variable-speed blower motor can help Georgia homeowners save energy through the use of both their heating and cooling systems, because both systems use the blower motor to move conditioned air into your home. Variable-speed models also tend to last longer, so you get maximum efficiency over a longer life span, along with several other benefits. A variable-speed blower motor can operate at any of several speeds, whereas conventional systems operate at two speeds: on or off. And when they’re […]