As the main control input for your HVAC system, the thermostat serves an important role in controlling the temperature of your home or office. AC Authority installs thermostats safely and expertly, so you never have to risk exposing yourself to an electric current or affecting the energy flow of your property. If you notice issues with your currently installed thermostat we can quickly diagnose and repair any issues to get your system up and running again.
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An old or faulty thermostat can cause several problems with heating and cooling your property. Your thermostat is responsible for controlling the temperature but it also impacts how much money you’re spending on energy as well as the level of humidity within the building.
It’s likely time to repair your thermostat or install a new thermostat if you notice any of the following issues:
A steady increase in energy-related bills
Your thermostat does not turn on
You are unable to consistently control the temperature in your home or business
Excessive levels of humidity, which can lead to mold growth
Incorrect readings, or the thermostat does not respond to changed settings
It’s always a priority for us to work around your schedule so you can be present and a part of the process. Our specialists will investigate the issues and quickly identify the cause of any symptom affecting the function of your thermostat. AC Authority will always work with you to find the best option for your home, whether it’s just a repair your thermostat needs or it’s time to install a new thermosat.
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A lot of times a thermostat can stop working due to control board issues, broken relay, or even a wiring defect. This is when it’s time to call a professional to get it back to working condition.
On average you can expect a thermostat to last you about 10 years. It can however last longer, it all depends on the brand or the type of thermostat used. Over time these system can age and wear out or build up dust and cause issues.
Some cases you might be able to install your own thermostat. However, in a lot of cases it’s best to get a professional, especially with the newer “smart” thermostats. These usually require continuous power supply and may need a c-wire.
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We offer “Can’t Write a Check Guarantees” to cover parts and labor for the work we perform. Various lengths of time are available depending on the services being conducted. Information regarding the specifics of the warranty being offered is provided with our estimates.