AC Won’t Cool? Here’s Why
Summer in San Antonio is almost here and you know what that means—high temperatures to really give your air conditioner a run for its money. The worst thing that could possibly happen during a time like this is an air conditioning problem. Imagine that you’re trying to live your best life at home but you’re a little stuffy, so you turn on your air conditioner and then… nothing. You’re worried and probably sweating a little harder now because you’re hot and a little stressed. What can you do?
You can come to our team of professionals. We’re the only ones who can repair your system and make sure you’re getting the work you need. Keep reading below to get a few AC tips while you’re here too.
Why Your AC is on the Fritz
Once you have one of our professionals come out to your home and fix your air conditioner, make sure that you follow these simple tips to keep it in amazing shape.
A Refrigerant Leak
Do you ever walk near your outdoor AC unit and notice that something is amiss with your unit? You might notice a little puddle of something near the unit and chalk it up to a little condensation or a small leak—nothing to worry over. Now, we’d never encourage becoming a worrywart, but this is something that you should worry about. A leak like this is probably a refrigerant leak that’s causing your home to emit warm or low airflow.
A Poorly Sized AC
Is your air conditioner sized correctly for your home? If you’re struggling with your air conditioner failing to cool. The answer is probably no. If your air conditioner won’t start up or just can’t stand up to the test of cooling your home, then you’re going to need a better sized AC system. An undersized AC system is a problem because it’s never going to be able to get your home cool enough in a reasonable amount of time. It’s also going to cost you much more. Schedule an appointment for what you need with us.
Have you noticed that nothing seems like its wrong with your air conditioner, but you’re still not getting the cooling power that you need? The problem probably isn’t with your air conditioner then—it might be with your ductwork system. If you’ve got leaky ductwork, we can pinpoint the problem and take the next steps to solve the issue.
An Old AC Unit
How long have you had your AC unit? If your answer is anywhere from 10 to 15 years old, then your air conditioner is in its golden years. We know that this may seem a little soon, but these systems are put to hard use and wear down relatively fast. If you need a great new air conditioning unit, make sure to schedule an appointment with us.
You always want a professional team. We’re the ones who can keep your home in the best shape possible.
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