How To Know if Its Time To Replace Your Fan Coil Unit

Fan coil units can last up to 10 or 15 years with regular maintenance, but there are some signs that it's time to replace them. Pay attention to these three indicators:

Frequent Service Calls and Expensive Repair Bills: Frequent service calls to fan coil units change services.

Uneven temperature and inability to maintain thermostat temperature: If you are having trouble maintaining the correct temperature in your home or individual rooms, the fan coil unit may need to be cleaned or checked for refrigerant leaks.

New noise or increased noise: This may mean the motor or fan is worn or damaged.

a short heating pump and an air truck parked in front of the house. If you see any of these signs in your HVAC system, we recommend contacting a Heat & Air Pump Short to confirm if the fan coil is the problem and if replacing it is the best course of action.

Air-conditioned fan. Its main components are heat exchangers in coils and fins, fans, and drainage vessels. When you pump cooling water into the heat exchanger, the fan sends out cold air, when you pump hot water into the heat exchanger, the fan sends out hot air.

Large buildings are suitable for fan coil installation, e.g. B.: airports, hospitals, office buildings, hotels, department stores, schools, and factories. 

This confirmation results in well-functioning modules, lower bills, and a quieter, more comfortable home in general.