Frequently Asked Questions

Is your heating or cooling system on the blink? Read through these FAQs for advice, or call us for service throughout the counties of Collin and Denton.

When your HVAC system gives up the ghost, you need a fast, reliable fix. Our Correct Temp Heating & Cooling team has the answers you need. For now, look at some common questions to get a quick idea.

Yes, everyone should have a company come out bi-annually to check the equipment for any issues. Your HVAC equipment is like your vehicle, if you don’t properly maintain it, it will cost you more to repair in the long run.

Every month. Some pleated filters can be change out every three months.

Yes there are specific products to improve air quality that you can use like; air scrubber, UV lights, humidifiers.

When you hire us to install your new AC unit, you get the following:

  • An expert assessment of your property to ensure the new unit meets your needs.
  • Our guidance in choosing the most energy-efficient model for your needs and budget.
  • Expert placement for optimal operation.
  • High-quality ductwork and vent installation, if necessary.
  • Unit testing.

The answers to the most common FAQs depend on your needs, and it’s something we’ll discuss with you. In short, a ductless system is small, easy to install, and allows for zoned cooling.

Central air is unobtrusive and improves your home’s value. However, it’s expensive to run and requires more maintenance.

This question can have several answers, but the most common one is clogged filters. Check your filter, and if it doesn’t need changing, call us. It could be any of the following:

There might be several reasons for this, so check the following:

  • Is it set properly?
  • Is the HVAC powering on?
  • Do you need to change the air filter?
  • Is the outdoor unit free of debris?

Cold air from your furnace is perfectly normal if you just switched it on. If it’s been on for about 20 to 30 minutes and it’s still cold, you need to investigate:

  • Start by checking the thermostat because you never know when little fingers may have fiddled with settings.
  • This issue can also be due to overheating. In this case, the furnace usually cycles on and off. There might be several reasons, including clogged lines or burners, malfunctions, or dirt somewhere it shouldn’t be. You’ll need help with this one.
  • Check your air filter and make sure it’s not clogged. The system can overheat quickly and switch off if there’s a blockage.
  • Something’s wrong with the fuel system. This could be a problem with the pilot light being off or an issue with the fuel line.
  • A faulty fire detector might be unable to sense that the flames aren’t lit, so the air will come out cold.
  • Clogged condensate lines can cause a shutdown due to moisture buildup.

Cracked ducts are another potential issue to deal with here. This may also show as uneven heating, with cold spots beyond the cracked areas.

Whatever the issue, we can fix it. Anything beyond a simple check on the thermostat settings or filter is best left to experts. Saving a couple of hundred dollars on a repair isn’t worth risking thousands of dollars worth of damage.

Did we answer your FAQs in this post, or do you need more advice? Call us at Correct Temp Heating & Cooling at 469-525-8123 for service throughout Frisco, Texas, and The Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex.