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If you are adding air conditioning to your home, but you do not have any ductwork installed, you may think your options are limited. Window air conditioners lack the performance and efficiency of central air conditioners, but what choice do you have?
To protect the integrity of the ductwork in your home, you will occasionally need to schedule repair work on the ventilation system. Leaking ducts will cause a drop in air pressure, leading to a loss of heating and cooling and a drain on power, and will also result in the infiltration of dust, dirt, and other contaminants into the ventilation system.
Here’s a scenario you don’t want to encounter on a hot summer day: an air conditioner that won’t switch into cooling mode (the compressor doesn’t come on) or won’t turn on at all (not even the fans turn on). However, you shouldn’t panic: with the assistance of professional Atlanta, GA air conditioning repair experts on the job, you should have your AC’s power restored in no time.
Here in Atlanta, water heater repair companies have to contend with all kinds of issues, and because few problems associated with your water heater announce themselves overtly, you often have to detect what’s wrong through subtle signals before you can call in a plumber.
Do you dread having to schedule repairs for your company’s HVAC system because of the disruption it will cause, both from the work involved and from the time that the important cooling/heating for your workspace will need to shut down?
If you notice that your house is not getting as cool as it should when you have the air conditioner running, check on the vents and feel the air coming from them. If the flow feels lower than normal, you may have an air conditioning system malfunction or a problem with the ventilation system.