A quality air conditioning system can make it feel like there is a winter chill in the air, but the system itself is not actually supposed to freeze. Many homeowners who experience cooling issues this summer will take a look at their air conditioners only to find that the unit seems to have frozen over. But how is this possible? And shouldn’t ice in your cooling system help cool down your home?
Air Mechanical, Inc. Blog: Archive for June, 2015
Around this time of year, you start running your air conditioner often enough to tell if there is an issue with the system. This may be a big problem—like an air conditioner that shuts off shortly after you turn it on—or it may be a smaller problem like an odd noise. However big or small the issue may seem when you run your AC, our technicians are here to remind you that repairs cannot wait.
When your family members can’t seem to stop coughing and sneezing throughout the day, you know that allergy season has hit. It can be tough to keep your allergy symptoms under control, especially when they are just as bad indoors as when you are outside. You might be able to save some money on allergy medications and tissues by taking preventive measures today and calling a technician to install a whole-home indoor air quality system. Take a look at some of your options.
If you haven’t scheduled air conditioning maintenance yet today, now is the time. The weather is finally heating up, and a maintenance visit may do wonders for your home comfort in the spring and summer. Tasks such as changing the air filter are an important part of maintenance, but only professionals can handle some of the more difficult parts of the process. Find out what a professional AC maintenance visit can do for your system.
How long has your air conditioner been a part of your home? 10 years? 15? Many homeowners aren’t even sure of the age of their AC unit, especially if it was a part of the home at the time of purchase. So how can you tell that the air conditioner needs to go? Pay attention to the signs discussed in this guide, and learn how to weigh the benefits of a new AC versus a costly repair.