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Air Handlers In Fort Wayne, IN

Fort Wayne, IN Air Handler Services

Air handlers are an important part of your HVAC system, and sometimes when you have issues with the comfort in your home, the issue may not be with the air conditioning or heat pump unit, but instead with the air handler. Fixing or replacing your air handler may save you a lot of money when compared to replacing your entire AC unit. Whenever there is an issue with the comfort of your Fort Wayne, IN area home, talk to Doc Dancer. We’ll provide you with a full assessment of what possible solutions could be, and sometimes you just need services for your air handler alone to solve your problem. Talk to Doc Dancer for air handler services in Fort Wayne, IN today.

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What Are Air Handlers?

Air handlers are powered by electricity, and are integral components of some split AC and heat pump systems. Also commonly called “fan coil units,” “blower coils,” or “terminal units,” they consist of:

  • A blower motor
  • Noise attenuators
  • Filter chambers or racks
  • A condensation drain pan

Modern air handlers work with air conditioners and heat pumps, not alone, to regulate and circulate pre-conditioned air. Air handlers ARE NOT used with forced-air gas, propane, or oil-fired furnaces.

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Things to Consider When You Need Air Handler Replacement Services

Air handlers are available in various sizes and configurations to meet your needs. Not one kind of air handler can work in every room. When you need air handler installation, you should consider the different speeds available to your system.

If your air conditioner or heat pump is at least a decade old, it’s likely that you have a single-speed air handler in your system. One-speed air handlers operate just like a light switch. They are either powered on and blowing air out at maximum force, or they’re turned off, not blowing air out at all.

Multi-speed air handlers work by operating in different stages. Instead of being turned off completely, or running full blast, multi-speed air handlers can be set to run with lower power than single-speed air handlers. Typically, there is a full power setting, and a lower power setting, which allows you more control and saves you money on your utility bills.

Variable-speed air handlers feature motors that run at different power levels to allow more precise control over the displacement of cooled or heated air in your home. That means that you have the power to create a more balanced indoor temperature and humidity level. They automatically adjust themselves to maximize comfort in your home. The amount of circulated air varies as the unit compensates for factors that can affect performance, like blocked vents or dirty filters.

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Signs That You Need Air Handler Repairs

Whenever you find that your home is uncomfortable due to a lack of HVAC system performance, you should call for air handler repairs. But how can you tell if the issue is with your air conditioning system or your air handler? If you notice some of these signs, it’s probably your air handler that’s causing you problems.

  • The air quality inside of your home is poor, loaded with allergens and other contaminants
  • Your energy bills keep costing more each month, with no discernible cause
  • You hear odd noises, like banging, whirring, or screeching
  • Uneven heating throughout the house

Don’t diagnose your issues yourself. A professional HVAC technician has the skills and tools to be able to pinpoint and solve issues very quickly.

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When Was the Last Time Your HVAC System Was Tuned Up?

Maintenance is an important part of owning any major appliance. Regular tune-ups and inspections help keep your system clean so it runs longer and doesn’t need repairs as often. When you schedule your annual maintenance appointment with Doc Dancer, we’ll provide you with the air handler tune-up services you need to keep your entire system running smoothly.

Many people don’t realize that the term “HVAC system” applies more than their outdoor cooling or indoor heating units. Ductwork, thermostats, dampers, vents, and indoor air quality are all considered part of your HVAC system. When you work with Doc Dancer, we provide a thorough test and inspection of every major component. Following your appointment, you’ll notice a difference in the performance of your system and your energy efficiency.

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Schedule Air Handler Services with Doc Dancer in Fort Wayne, IN Today

Doc Dancer Heating & Air has proudly served home and business owners throughout the Fort Wayne, Indiana area for more than 75 years! We are a household name because we are a large enough company to meet all of your HVAC needs and be a dependable service you can count on time and time again. Call Doc Dancer today to schedule your air handler service appointment.

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