Cooling Preventative Maintenance

 Air Conditioning Repair Clearwater Florida Maintenance Tips

Signs of a Needed Clearwater Air Conditioning Repair

When residents see that there are problems with an AC unit, it needs to be taken care of swiftly, specifically if it remains in the center of the hot summer season. Waiting to obtain an obvious AC repair performed will generally just cost even more cash the longer one waits, and will have one living in a hot residence!

Below are some of the most usual indicators that ones air conditioning is having problems and needs a repair.

Decreased Cooling Ability
Have you ever noticed that the air within the home is not as cold as it once was while the air conditioning is operating? It can and does occur at times. When this begins to take place, the AC is required to function much more difficult compared to it utilized to. It also means it will certainly take longer for the temperature within the home to really feel comfortable. There are numerous reasons this can take place. One is that the AC is becoming low on refrigerant. Ideally that is not occurring as a result of a leak. Various other factors could be triggered by troubles with the condenser array and by leaks in the air ducts. With holes in the ductwork, hot air from outside the ducts will get drawn in, warming up the cool air the AC system just cooled down.

Higher Utility Expenses
Often times an issue does not have big signs to start. Most of the time, AC issues begin with a little problem that gets bigger over time, gradually, making the cooling system to work more challenging than it needs to. As the system continues to work harder, it will certainly be taking in more energy to work, so a rise in the energy costs can be seen, especially in the middle of the summer when energy prices are typically more. If it looks like one is running the air conditioning system that exact same quantity of time as usual, and there is a spike in the energy costs, something is absolutely not working as it should.

Decreased Fan Power
There are times when an air conditioner is generating the needed cool air for the house just fine, however it is the fan that is not blowing the air via the system okay. Fan issues typically originate from the fan motor, which could become overloaded or suffer from a power break if the electric wiring is damaged. The fan can also not operate well if its blades are bent or if debris become jammed into the turning mechanism.

If you identify any of these typical indicators happening with your air conditioner, call us quickly.

Check out this maintenance checklist for more information: http://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?c=heat_cool.pr_maintenance.

Don’t forget to check out our Cooling FAQ information too!