The Air Handler was Broken

My boiler is older so I’ve been diligently taking care of it for several years now.

I make sure that I have it maintained twice per year, I clean out the ductworks consistently, & I make sure that I’m setting my thermostat to an optimal temperature.

Because I know that my boiler is aging & becoming more fragile as the years pass, I do my part to pay attention to the way it’s running, however this means that I pay attention to the amount of times my boiler kicks on & the air coming out of the air vents. I don’t go out of my way to track this interest, however I do pay attention to it when I can. I’m cheerful that I’ve gotten into this habit, because as I was sitting on my couch the other day, I noticed something odd about my boiler. The airflow coming from the air vents was low. The air was still sizzling & it was still pouring into my house, however the airflow wasn’t as strong as it normally was. I called an Heating, Ventilation, & A/C professional instantaneously to diagnose the problem, however after inspecting the entire Heating, Ventilation, & A/C system, the Heating, Ventilation, & A/C professional told me that I had a broken air handler. The air handler controlled the blower, which was why the airflow was low. Thankfully, the Heating, Ventilation, & A/C professional was able to service my air handler & the air was back to flowing officially again. If I wouldn’t have paid attention to my boiler, it could have been weeks until I noticed this problem.

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