Category: Air Conditioning Repair
Does your AC outdoor unit look like this? If so, it’s affecting your electric bill, and it’s time for a bath.
Your outdoor AC unit needs extra attention because it is exposed to the elements all the time. Dirt, leaves, grass clippings, pollen, storm debris, soot and other contaminants can interfere with your system’s normal operation….
Before you call a professional technician to come take a look at your AC, it’s best to check the following things yourself.
Consider what to do if your air conditioning system should abruptly break down during a hot day. You’ll need the system working fast—it won’t just fix itself.
We recommend you pay special attention to your air conditioning system at this time of the year to catch warnings that it’s under too much stress and needs repair technicians to take a look at it. Here are some signs to look for:
As the close of summer approaches (the official end is less than a month away), you’ll start thinking about cooler temperatures and a pleasant reprieve from the heat. Your air conditioner, however, is entering into the riskiest part of its annual workload.
Many homes in the area have their air conditioning systems housed in the attic. There’s nothing wrong with that location, unless the air conditioner starts to leak water.
Air conditioners cool your home by doing two things at once: removing both heat and humidity. When the moisture is removed from your home, it goes from a gaseous state to a liquid state: water.
It can raise the panic alarm when you find that your air conditioner isn’t working, but sometimes there can be a simple reason for that. This doesn’t mean you should try and repair your air conditioner yourself. What you can do is check a few things to rule them out before calling for what could be an unnecessary repair appointment.
While we would love to help you install an air conditioner that will never break down, this type of machine unfortunately doesn’t exist. So we do the next best thing: offer excellent air conditioning repair services. A number of things can go wrong with your air conditioner, but there are some repairs that are quite common.
When it comes to handling your home’s air conditioning system, maintenance, repair, replacement and installation should always be left to an expert. But there is one thing that you, as the homeowner, should do, and that’s change your air filter every three months. If you need help finding your air filter, or with changing it, our experts are happy to help you.