When winter hits our area, you can bet homeowners are going to be pretty grateful for a fully functional and efficient Denver heating system. But what if that system isn’t working up to par? What if you have a heat pump and you noticed this season that it had low airflow? Don’t just expect the problem to go away when you switch it to heating mode! Or if you’re already using your furnace and have noticed this issue, don’t wait to get it repaired.
Low airflow problems can be red flags for bigger issues that can cause a catastrophic system breakdown, and let’s face it—that’s the last thing you need as the temperatures cool. Below are a few causes of low airflow to be aware of, and what you can do about it.