It’s usually when it gets hot during the summer that air conditioners develop problems. They’re pushed to their limit, and that can cause parts to break. These are some problems you should look for.
Refrigerant leaks in your air conditioning system are common in the summer. Refrigerant is used to remove heat from your home, and if there are leaks, your AC system won’t be able to sufficiently cool your home. You can’t add refrigerant yourself, so if there’s a leak, you need to call a trusted cooling company.
Dirty Air Filter
When your air conditioner is running continuously during the summer, the air filter collects a lot of dust and dirt. A clogged filter can cause many problems because it cuts off airflow. Check the air filter once a month in the summer and replace it as needed.
Frozen Evaporator Coils
The evaporator coils collect heat from the air inside your home. When there’s an airflow problem, they can freeze over. A common sign this has happened is that your air conditioner is blowing warm air.
Hammack Service Company, Inc. in Richardson, TX, can help you with air conditioner problems. We’re accredited by the BBB and maintain an A+ rating.
Your air conditioning system has two fans. One blows warm air over the evaporator coils while the other blows air over the outdoor condenser coils. Either fan can develop problems like a broken motor or worn belts. This will prevent your AC system from doing its job.
Loud noises coming from your air conditioning system can indicate there’s a problem. It could mean there’s a loose part or that too much dirt has accumulated inside the unit. Loud noises can occur if your ductwork has developed an issue.
At Hammack Service Company, Inc., we repair, replace, and tune-up air conditioners and heaters. We also have indoor air quality and mini-split services. Get in touch with us today to schedule an appointment.