As we reach the final weeks of summer, many of us start to notice that
our air conditioning was not working as well as it was in May. Maybe there
is a lack of efficiency, odd behavior, or a sudden rise in energy costs.
Whatever the case may be, your home might be experiencing one of the telltale
signs that your system is in need of repair. Below, let's take a look
at some of the most common signs that your air conditioning should be
looked at before the end of the season.
Not Producing Cool Air
One of the most common signs your
air conditioning needs repair is also one of the most obvious: it's not making your home as cool
as it should. There are various reasons why this might be—from low
Freon levels to a failing compressor. Whatever the issue might be, an
experienced Murrieta HVAC professional can help determine the issue.
Is one area of your house getting much cooler than others? Uneven control
over temperature could be a thermostat issue that is throwing off when
your air conditioning is activated and how it regulates temperature. An
issue in your ductwork may also be obstructing air flow to different areas
of the house.
Air conditioning units are designed to collect and divert the moisture
that accumulates as it cools your home. If you notice puddles or leaks
around your unit, it often means something is blocked or obstructed inside
your unit. Left unattended, these issues can lead to more severe issues
down the road.
Even small noises being made by your unit will be amplified in your home's
ductwork. Squealing, squeaking, grinding, and grating noises can be a
sign that something could be loose in your air conditioning unit. It is
best to get these noises looked at before the conditioned worsens—resulting
in a more costly repair.
Is your air conditioning system exhibiting one the above warning signs? If so,
Correy Baker Heating & Air is ready to assist you. Our professionals have more than 25 years of experience
serving households all over Inland Empire and beyond.
Our HVAC experts are ready to assist you.
Contact us today.