We really wish that the title of this blog could have been “How to Avoid AC Repairs with 100% Success!” but that is just not in keeping with our notion of truthful advertising. We offer a great maintenance plan to our clients, and our technicians can definitely keep your air conditioner in the best working condition possible. However, there is just no way to completely eliminate the risk of problems developing with your AC. It is going to happen eventually.
When it does, you want to be sure to contact our team to schedule your air conditioning repair in Acworth, GA right away. The sooner that issues with your system are resolved, the less likely it is that your system will suffer serious operational problems or damages. No AC issue is small enough to ignore. Think of those “minor” problems as harbingers of worse problems to come—whatever motivates you to pick up that phone and dial our number.
Does it seem like your system just is not cooling your home effectively? If so, then the AC itself may be doing its job just fine. Its thermostat, on the other hand, may be sabotaging it. If your thermostat is not registering temperatures in your home accurately, then there is no way in which your system is going to live up to your deservedly high standards.
Before giving us a call, and obvious as this may sound, go ahead and doublecheck your thermostat. It is possible that the fan-only mode is on, or even that someone set the temperature wrong. Refer to your device’s literature for simple troubleshooting tips. If there is no apparent easy fix, then it is time to call in our pros.
Well, out of sight out of mind, right? It’s not like you’ll be looking at a big tear in your air ducts and decide to take action, as you might with a torn sofa. You should definitely rethink that attitude, should it be close to your own. Why? Because leaky ducts are serious business and can cause various other problems throughout the house.
You will be cooling your home less efficiently and less effectively if you are trying to do so with leaky ductwork. That leaves you on the hook for higher bills, even as your comfort declines. Pretty bad deal, right? That’s not even to mention the hit that your indoor air quality will take!
This may be even worse than a duct leak! Okay, it’s definitely worse than a duct leak—because a refrigerant leak can destroy your system entirely! Be sure to contact us if you notice a decline in cooling output, water surrounding your unit, ice on the evaporator coil, short cycling, or even a hissing sound indicating the release of gas.
Your AC’s entire method of operation hinges on its ability to remove heat from the air via the evaporation of refrigerant. By working with our team, your refrigerant leak can be pinpointed, that leak can be fixed, and you can get back to cooling your home successfully once we’ve recharged the system properly.
Contact Moody Heating and Air Conditioning to schedule your professional AC repair services.