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Top 3 Signs that Your Air Conditioning System Needs to be Repaired

Before you start searching for a new air conditioning system, you should call an HVAC specialist to take a look at your current unit. The problems are often simple and can be fixed by a skilled professional. Here are some of the most common signs that a system needs repairs.

Cool Air is Gone

When you turn your air conditioning system on and cool air does not come out, this is a clear sign your system needs to be fixed, especially if the unit is set at a temperature more than 5 degrees below the room’s actual temperature. There are many reasons why the vents are not working, or are not as cold as they once were. This could be a sign of more serious issues with your system, such as a failing compressor. At other times, the system could simply be low on Freon.

Moisture Is Where It Should Not Be

When you notice leakage or moisture around your air conditioning system, this could be an indication that a problem exists. Refrigerant leaks are a serious issue that can lead to severe health problems for you and your family; therefore, the system will need to be repaired immediately. A less serious cause of leakage is when the drain tube is blocked or broken. It will also need to be fixed quickly in order to avoid mold and other less severe problems.

Strange Sounds

When you hear grinding, squealing, or grating sounds coming from your system, this is typically an indicator the system needs to be repaired. The system’s belt could have slipped out of place, or a metal component in the air conditioner could require more lubrication. The motor’s bearings could also be broken if you hear a grinding sound.

Most air conditioning repairs are simple, but when those issues are not addressed, they become worse, and the system may be beyond repair. Have an experienced HVAC specialist take a look at your system and fix the problem before it grows into a larger issue.


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