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The National Fire Prevention Association (NFPA) has named electrical failures and malfunctions as leading causes of home fires nationwide. Luckily, you can prevent most wiring-related issues in your Palm Beach, FL, home before they worsen. Here are four common signs that show your HVAC wiring system is faulty.

1. Loose Wires

The natural vibrations of your HVAC system as it runs can shake the wires and make them loose. Over time, the wire becomes so loose that it causes a short. This will, in turn, leave you with nothing but a faulty HVAC system.

You may have a hard time locating these wires, but once you find them, it becomes a simple repair. Make sure you reach out to a trusted HVAC company for repair services.

2. Scorching or Discoloration

When you check the outlets around your HVAC system and notice strange colors or scorching, that’s a clear indication that your wiring is faulty. Normally, this happens when running your system causes the outlet to overheat.

This might also distort the outlet’s faceplate. Although it’s normal for the wires to slightly heat up when you use them consistently, it shouldn’t get too hot to the point that it damages the outlet. So, when you notice discoloration around the outlet, stop using it immediately and locate the problem.

3. Unusual Sounds

A buzzing sound is another common faulty electrical wiring sign. Typically, you shouldn’t hear any sound when current passes through the wires to your HVAC system.

4. Frequently Blown Fuses

Is your breaker tripping frequently? If so, then there’s something amiss with your HVAC wiring system. In most cases, this happens when you overload the circuit.

Our licensed and certified technicians use state-of-the-art tools and techniques to keep your system running flawlessly for years to come. We offer a wide range of services, from indoor air quality and ductwork to heating services. Contact Stephen K Denny, Inc. for comprehensive HVAC services in Palm Beach, FL.

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