This is probably the most obvious sign that your AC is experiencing issues. If you turn on the unit and the air doesn’t come out cold within a few minutes, there’s a good chance that it’s not performing properly.
Any moisture leaking in or around your AC system is a problem. This can be an indication of a refrigerant leak or this moisture may be water from a broken or blocked tube that disposes of condensation. Either way, this is a warning sign that you should contact us.
If your unit has needed AC repair service at least three or four times over a few months’ time, it is possibly time to purchase a new one and forget about more repairs.
If your energy bills have been increasing more than usual, it could have something to do with your cooling system that is working too hard to keep your home cool. The cause may be one of many including a broken thermostat switch, leaks in your HVAC system’s ductwork, or the elevated age of the air conditioning unit. Upgrade to new equipment, and you can reduce your bills for years to come.
If your air conditioning unit is at least fifteen years old, you should be thankful it lasted this long. Keeping your home at a comfortable temperature during the summer months takes many properly functioning mechanics. If you experience any of these signs, contact a professional HVAC technician. Trying to handle the repairs yourself can lead to unnecessary costs if anything goes wrong.
*See warranty certificate for complete details.