Even in Texas, it can be quite miserable to have problems with the heating in your home, and air conditioning failure can be unbearable in the summer. It’s best to take care of your HVAC system with regular maintenance but it’s always possible that something will go wrong anyway. But one thing that customers sometimes overlook is their thermostat. If your heat or AC isn’t coming on or isn’t staying at the correct temperature, it’s easy to assume the heater or AC unit is the problem. Sometimes the thermostat is the real culprit.
How can you tell if your temperature problem is caused by your thermostat? What can be done about it? Will it need to be replaced? We’ll cover things you should check if you suspect a thermostat issue and then go over your options for getting the problem sorted out.