A Critical Part of Your Heating System
Heater capacitors store energy in an electric field and release it to heat the air in a furnace or air conditioner. They are usually replaced every 7 to 10 years, although this may vary depending on the type of capacitor and how often it is used. Some signs the heater capacitor may require replacement include reduced heating capacity, increased energy bills, and strange noises coming from the furnace or air conditioner. If you are unsure whether or not your heater capacitor needs to be replaced, it is always best to consult a professional. For help with heater capacitors replacement in Colorado Springs, CO, Summit Heating and Cooling can be there to help. Reach out at 719-286-3500 to schedule an appointment with our team.