Air Conditioning Experts Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Air Conditioning Repair’

4 AC Repairs You May Need This Summer

Monday, June 12th, 2017

AC-outdoor-grass-wrenchWhy are we so excited to tell homeowners about our Comfort Club membership? Members save 15% on parts and labor throughout the year, a benefit you won’t find from all other company’s maintenance programs. More importantly, the two tune-ups per year provided with our Comfort Club program may help to reduce your monthly costs and prevent repairs in the first place.

AC problems tend to come up right when you need your system the most. Why not schedule a maintenance service now so you can prevent these common repairs from coming up this summer?

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Should You Replace the Condenser Unit of Your Air Conditioner?

Tuesday, April 11th, 2017

The outside condenser unit of your air conditioner serves an essential purpose. An air conditioner does not necessarily “create” cool air. Rather, since cooling is not an energy that can be created, it must remove heat from a space first and foremost. Refrigerant is a chemical blend that can absorb heat from the air inside of your home, but it needs somewhere to release that heat.

That’s why the space around your outdoor unit, the condenser unit, is always so warm. It’s where heat dissipates into the air from the refrigerant circulating throughout the system. This part of the system also contains the compressor, the hardest-working component of your air conditioner.

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Can I Add Refrigerant to My Central Air Conditioner Myself?

Monday, June 20th, 2016

“Does it just need more Freon?” It’s a question we get quite frequently as air conditioning and heating contractors. Freon is a registered trademark often used colloquially in place of the proper term “refrigerant.”

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Low Airflow from a Heater or Air Conditioner: 3 Possibilities

Tuesday, December 22nd, 2015

Whether you are running your heating system or your air conditioner, you expect to feel a certain amount of airflow when you hold your hands up to the vents. When the level of airflow drops and the temperatures in your home are just not right, you can safely assume there is a problem within the HVAC system. Issues can range from a simple dirty filter to a problem within your duct system, so call a technician to be sure you get the right repairs. Take a look at just a few of the possibilities for the drop in your airflow.

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3 Common End-of-Season Air Conditioning Repairs

Tuesday, September 29th, 2015

Wear and tear of the parts of your air conditioning system is to be expected over the course of a summer. In some cases, the damage is minimal, and a standard maintenance visit from a professional technician can help to bring the unit back into optimal condition. But a failure of a component of your system can catch you by surprise.

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Can You Really Save Money with an Air Conditioner Upgrade?

Monday, September 14th, 2015

If you’re looking for ways to save money on cooling costs without keeping your air conditioner off for the rest of the season, replacing your older system is the way to do it. We know that you may be wondering how spending money can help you to save it, but there are several ways your older air conditioner is probably costing you.

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A Guide to Preventing Air Conditioning Repair

Monday, September 7th, 2015

At Air Conditioning Experts, Inc., we do our best to make any air conditioning repair experience a pleasant one. Still, we understand that you don’t want to see a technician several times a year to make repairs to your system. In order to help you decrease the number of repair calls you’ll make throughout the lifespan of your system, we’ve put together some of our most helpful tips.

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Water Leaking from the Air Conditioner: A Common HVAC Emergency

Tuesday, September 1st, 2015

It’s one of the most troubling air conditioning issues we come across, and also one of the most common. While a leaky air conditioner can sometimes be an easy fix for a trained technician, repairing the damage that goes along with the leak won’t be easy. Sometimes, a leaky AC results in thousands of dollars in damages to the home. So what can you do if it happens to you? And is a water leak from the air conditioner preventable? Find out in our quick guide.

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Don’t Wait Too Long to Repair Your AC: Call a Technician ASAP

Monday, August 24th, 2015

Your air conditioner is not working quite as well as it used to. Maybe temperatures are slowly deviating further away from the setting on the thermostat. Maybe the temperatures around your home are not quite even. Or perhaps you’re only bothered by a faint noise coming from the unit. But no matter how small the problem may appear, it’s not worth it to wait to call your local air conditioning technician.

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Air Conditioning FAQ: What Does the Outside Condenser Unit Do?

Monday, August 10th, 2015

One of the major benefits of having central AC is the ability to keep it out of view from the living areas of your home. The indoor evaporator and blower fan as well as the duct system are all relatively hidden, and all that you can see are the vents that lead out to the room. But when you step outside, one part of the air conditioner is very tough to avoid—the outside condenser unit. This cabinet houses the condenser coils, the compressor, and a large fan, among other smaller electrical and mechanical elements. Let’s take a closer look.

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