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Few Questions Cleared Up - Air Conditioning

Posted: Feb 06 2017

If a non-HVAC licensed person installs your air conditioner, you are risking voiding the manufacturer warranties. This means a lot more money out of your pocket when things do begin to break down the road.

Need a service on your air conditioner.

We know just as well as you do, problems with your air conditioner can be rather frustrating. Although it’s likely that you’ll need help from a professional, we have outlined a few things below to clear up a few questions.

Ice Build Up on Outdoor Unit:

Sometimes your unit can freeze up. This is typically caused by issues with your evaporator coil. Call an HVAC professional 01912093251 Michelle to book appt

Faulty Motors:

Motors can go bad for a number of reasons. Once a motor in your unit stops, your unit will stop.

Faulty Compressor:

Your compressor is a main component of your air conditioner. The system requires your compressor to run. Prevent issues by keeping it clean.

Faulty Thermostat:

Sometimes, after a while, thermostats can simply go bad. This may not be all negative though. Technology has really stepped up its game in the thermostat world

Low Refrigerant:

This is also a rather large issue because refrigerant is what creates the cool air that you feel coming from your vents. Although it’s not supposed to leave the system, sometimes you can spring a leak. In the event that this happens, you may see ice form on your coils.

Non-Maintained System:
A system can last you anywhere between 10-15 years if you maintain it properly. System breakdowns are typically because a lack of maintenance. Simply changing your filter can save you a huge headache. Twice a year, you should have your air conditioner serviced.

Not sure if you should repair or replace? If your system is 12 years of age or older, you should replace. Why? Because there are way more efficient units you can upgrade to that will ultimately save you money on operating costs.

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