Last week we talked about heating concerns and how to handle your heating repair issues, so you might be shocked to see us talking about AC concerns this week. Don’t worry—we’re just asking now because we want you to get prepared ahead of time.
Take a moment and think back to last summer—were you experiencing any AC problems? We ask because it’s easy to pack it up at the end of the summer season and just forget about them. You figure you can wait until next year to address them. If this was your mindset, “next year” is here now and you need to address these problems before the summer weather sets in.
Causes for AC Concern
Here are just a few causes for AC concern in your home. You should call our professionals for the work that you need.
You’ve Skipped Out on Maintenance
Is spring slipping through your fingers? Make sure that you schedule an appointment with us for your air conditioning maintenance before the season is over. Maintenance is the best way to ensure that you get reliable air conditioning service. Maintenance is the right warm-up that you need before the summer season starts. You can call our professionals to schedule an appointment for this today.
You’ve Got Electrical Issues
Who installed your home’s air conditioner? If your answer is anything less than “a professional air conditioning technician” then you might notice that you have some troublesome electrical issues. Your air conditioner needs professional wiring. If you have anything less, you might notice troublesome air conditioning cycling. This could easily become hazardous. Make sure that you schedule an appointment with our team.
You’ve Got Leaks (Refrigerant of Otherwise)
Do you notice things leaking from your outdoor air conditioning unit? We see a lot of homeowners brush off air conditioning leaks because they think that it’s just water. Even if the air conditioner leak is water it’s still a problem. In reality, though, the leak is more than likely refrigerant that’s negatively affecting your air conditioner.
You’ve Got Problems with Your Humidity
Humidity isn’t always one of our bigger issues here in Oregon, so if you’re having humidity trouble in your home, it’s really an issue. If you feel like your home is too humid or too dry then you need to schedule an appointment with our professionals.
You Notice Your AC Unit Freezing Over
There are a few different reasons that your air conditioner can freeze up. No part of your air conditioning system should ever freeze up. If your air conditioner starts to freeze up, it’s time for you to check in on your filter system. Your air conditioner’s filter can affect your AC’s airflow. If you haven’t changed your air filter in a while, this could be one of the negative side effects. Give your AC system the attention it needs to avoid problems like this.