How do you know when to call for air conditioning repair? This question is undoubtedly on the minds of many homeowners who operate central air conditioners, heat pumps and ductless mini splits. While you don’t want to put your system at risk, you also don’t want to fix something that doesn’t require fixing. As a general rule of thumb, it’s better to be safe than sorry because catching problems early on in the process allows you to avoid a lot of trouble in the long term. In today’s post, we’ve compiled a list of signs that indicate a need for professional air conditioning repair. Don’t hesitate to give us a call if you think that your AC is not running properly.

  • Harsh noises. One of the most common signs that you have a problem with your air conditioner is harsh noise. If you find that your AC is particularly loud or has just begun to make an odd sound, then just let a professional knowledge. It’s often an indication of a loose or damaged component that will need to be fixed or possibly even replaced. Banging can indicate problematic ductwork, while a grinding noise could be a more serious mechanical problem.
  • High energy bill. You should expect to pay for your cooling during the summer, but keep an eye on your energy bill. If you notice a sudden increase in the cost of running your air conditioner, then you may have a problem with your hands. Your indoor coils may have frozen over, or your ducts may be leaking your air into unoccupied parts of your home. Whatever the issue may be, you can count on our team to provide a solution.
  • Uneven cooling. If you find that you have hot spots in certain areas of your home, then your system may not be cooling your house evenly. It’s important to make sure that your air conditioner works properly so that your entire home is cool, crisp, and comfortable all summer long. We can bring your AC back to working condition.

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