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3 AC Repairs You Shouldn’t Wait to Make

When you notice problems with your heating or air conditioning equipment, you may feel tempted to wait to schedule repairs. The issue might not seem urgent right now, and finding time to set aside can sometimes be difficult.

However, the longer you wait, the worse the problem can become! We strongly recommend scheduling service as soon as you notice a problem, no matter how small. Take a look at some instances below.

Higher-than-usual temperatures

The temperature at home may be bearable, but that doesn’t mean the problem isn’t serious. When temperatures are no longer what you set the thermostat to, something is wrong and it deserves prompt attention from an HVAC expert.

The problem may be something as simple as a dirty outside coil. Even so, if you let it go on for too long, all of the components can become overworked while attempting to make up for the damaged component. Besides, there could be serious refrigerant leakage or compressor damage, which you don’t want to get any worse.

Uneven temperatures

If the temperature in one room of the house is much higher than it is throughout the home, you’ve likely got a serious issue in the ducts. There might be major leakage in the air ducts, possibly from a portion that has collapsed. As a result, your AC works much, much harder to cool your home, so you are paying much more on cooling costs than you should have to.

Water leaks

This is a problem that definitely cannot wait. Luckily, many technicians in your service area offer emergency service, which you may need if you want to prevent some major, costly water damage to your home. Often, it’s a quick fix for a technician to unclog the condensate drain line or replace a drip pan, so it’s not worth waiting days to call for help.

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