How to Know It May Be Time for Air Conditioner Service
It’s the time of year we’re thankful for our AC. There’s nothing much better than walking into a nice, cool house after being out in the scorching heat. If you find that your system is not getting your home cool enough, there could be a lot of reasons. It could be unusually hot outside, or may be blocked filters or dirty coils, or even your thermostat. But, it may be that the system is low on refrigerant. There are some clues you can look out for to let you know that your refrigerant is running low and that it’s a good idea to call in a professional for air conditioner service.
Higher Utility Bills
An air conditioner that is low on refrigerant will have to be on longer in effort to cool your home. This results in higher utility bills. If you’ve noticed abnormally high bills it could perhaps be time to call someone in to check out your air conditioner.
Ice Buildup or Water
If you see any ice on your outside AC unit, there’s a probability that there’s problems. When you’re low on refrigerant, your system’s evaporator coil might get too cold and the precipitation around your refrigerant line will freeze. This could lead to compressor damage. If your compressor becomes damaged, and it’s not under warranty, it’s could be more cost effective to change out the whole outside unit.
Your Home Isn’t Cool
If your system is taking longer than it normally does to cool your home or if it’s not maintaining the temperature set on your thermostat, your simplest bet is to have your system looked at. There are a great deal of things that are possibly taking place that a technician would be able to diagnose.
If you’re stressed you may be running low on refrigerant, it’s essential to get it looked at by the pros. Give us a call and we’ll get you taken care of and keep you cool. Give us a call at (325) 692-5850.
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