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What do I do if My HVAC Goes Out?

By Inside Columbia
Setting the AC

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The heating, ventilation and air conditioning unit in your home is responsible for controlling the temperature, humidity and purity of the air. So, if it goes out, it seems pretty natural to panic first. But there are steps you can take to help.

The first thing to do is to check common symptoms, such as checking the batteries in the thermostat, seeing if there is an obstruction in the filter or checking for tripped electrical breakers, or areas of condensation or water pooling. If there is an issue, make sure to call a professional for top-notch service at an affordable cost. The most important thing is to get professional help, especially during extreme weather situations.

Will Taylor & Michael ManningWill Naylor & Michael Manning, Air Innovations HVAC

At Air Innovations HVAC, the focus is always on helping the community. Owner Will Naylor worked for other companies until he gained enough knowledge to start his own service with a community mindset. “We decided to put our focus in new construction HVAC design, as well as existing system replacement, to fit your every need,” he says. Michael Manning has been with the company for three years but brings much more in terms of experience and knowledge. In fact, the staff at Air Innovations HVAC has more than 30 years of experience combined. And the learning is never ending. “With ever changing equipment features year to year, we place a strong em- phasis on continuing education,” Naylor says. That emphasis helps enable the staff at Air Innovations HVAC to keep the community safe through all weather conditions. “We enjoy helping people out during extreme temperatures, both hot and cold,” Naylor says.

Contact Air Innovations HVAC at 573-864-8061.

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