October 8th, 2018
Summer is coming to an end, and we’re experiencing cooler weather. Your air conditioner, while you might still be using it on occasion during the peak times of the afternoon, is probably getting less and less use. But how has it performed? Has it indicated it needs air conditioning repair in Edmond, OK?
We recommend scheduling repairs for a malfunctioning AC system as soon as it becomes evident there are problems with it, no matter how late in the year it happens to be. We understand you might be tempted to wait—after all, in just a few short weeks you won’t need it at all, right? But if you want your air conditioner to work at its best next spring, and not fail on you suddenly, then you’d do well to address any needs the system has now.
September 24th, 2018
As we progress into fall, you may be thinking about retiring your AC for the season and not looking back. This is probably fine if you had maintenance done before this spring and if your air conditioner showed no signs of needing service over the past few months. But, what if you do need air conditioning repair in Moore, OK? And what if that repair isn’t enough and it’s actually a better idea to replace the system altogether?
We can’t make that decision for you, but we can certainly help you make an educated choice in the manner, and advise you that replacing your air conditioner before next year is a better idea than waiting until next spring and rushing into an HVAC purchase. The following are some signs that it is in fact time to replace your air conditioner:
September 10th, 2018
It may not feel like it quite yet, but we’re slowly approaching the end of summer. Or maybe you do realize summer is almost over, in which case you might have decided that any AC repair needs you have can wait.
But, why wait? Really, why wait and just allow these problems to grow, potentially leaving you with a completely broken down cooling system when you need it next spring?
Not to mention, the end of summer is actually one of the best times to have a professional HVAC technician look over your system and make any adjustments needed, to make sure it’s in good shape. Yes, we usually recommend this service before summer begins, but here’s the thing, it matters more that you have it done once a year than it does what month you have it done in. So, if you need a repair for your air conditioning in Midwest City, let us take care of it now.
August 27th, 2018
We know it still seems a bit far off, but sure enough, temperatures are going to start cooling down. Before you know it, you’ll be relying less and less on your air conditioning in Bethany, OK, and you’ll be ready to turn on your heater for fall and winter. But, this means that if your air conditioner has struggled at all this past summer, now is the best time to manage any malfunctions you’ve run into.
But, what sort of trouble are you having with your cooling system? Maybe it’s blowing out air but that air doesn’t feel as cool as you think it should—this could mean you’re dealing with a refrigerant leak. Or perhaps the entire system is making loud and unfamiliar noises. There might be a loose part in it. Read on to discover a few of the reasons your air conditioner may malfunction, and our number one tip to manage them.
August 13th, 2018
If you’ve lived here for even just a year, then you know how uncomfortably hot and humid it gets during the summer months. That being said, you want an air conditioner that will operate effectively and efficiently, right? Well, consider the “V” part of “HVAC”—is your ventilation system in good shape? We’re talking about the ductwork that connects your air conditioner to the outside, enabling the distribution of cooled air. Given that it is typically out of sight—hidden behind walls, beneath floors, and the like—we don’t blame you if you haven’t given it much thought.
But what you should know, is that if your ductwork is in bad shape either due to age or even a poor installation to begin with, you may find yourself in need of air conditioning repair in Edmond, without knowing the actual cause. If your air ducts are affected by leaks, poor connections, or improper construction, then you can be experiencing problems that lead to poor HVAC efficiency, costing you money that you shouldn’t have to spend.
July 30th, 2018
If you’ve followed our blog at all in even just the past year, then you’ve seen us mention a few times how important it is for summer planning that you schedule maintenance before the season begins. While spring is typically the best time to have this done, since it hasn’t gotten unbearably hot yet, there really is no wrong time to schedule maintenance—in the absence of a total system breakdown.
Air conditioning maintenance is the best way to avoid unnecessary Del City AC repair, improve your system’s lifespan, and help the AC function as efficiently as it can. But today we’re going to take our advice beyond simply scheduling maintenance. We want to encourage you to enroll in a maintenance program.
There are a number of benefits to doing so, some of which we’ve discussed below.
July 16th, 2018
You won’t meet many people in our area who aren’t thankful for the use of central air conditioning during our long, hot summers. It’s a necessity to make your home not only comfortable, but bearable! But if your cooling system doesn’t work the way it is supposed to, then it may be time to call a professional HVAC Contractor in Edmond, OK, particularly if you skipped maintenance before summer began (in the absence of a complete system breakdown, it’s never too late to get this on your schedule!)
Repair needs aren’t the only reason your air conditioner might be operating inefficiently, though. The good news is, there may be steps you can take that you haven’t thought of before to boost system efficiency. Keep reading for some tips on how to do so, and give us a call if you suspect a problem that’s out of your control.
July 2nd, 2018
If you’ve been reading our blog, you may have seen us mention before the importance of changing your air filter. Maybe you think this is because a dirty air filter contaminates your indoor air, and this is why we urge homeowners to clean or replace theirs every 1-3 months. We understand why you’d assume this, but it’s not actually the case.
The air filter that comes standard with your HVAC systems is in place to block particles and contaminants from damaging the inside of the HVAC systems themselves, by pummeling or jamming the fan or building up on other indoor components. When an air filter is too dirty, it can do just as much damage by now allowing for proper airflow and causing your air conditioner to work harder than it should have to in order to do its job—essentially leading to the need for potentially costly professional AC repair, and maybe even premature cooling system replacement.
Keep reading to learn more about the impact that a dirty air filter has on your cooling system.
June 18th, 2018
Your home’s air conditioning system is typically among the most expensive mechanical systems you’ll install. Naturally so, the thought of replacing it isn’t always pleasant for homeowners. But even when we have milder summers, you really don’t want to go without air conditioning—so if yours is ready for replacement, now is the time to start shopping.
When you find what you need, which our team can help you with, be sure to contact us for professional air conditioning installation in Oklahoma City. In the meantime, though, how can you even tell that your existing air conditioner is a candidate for replacement?
June 4th, 2018
Long story short? Yes.
Residents of Edmond are no strangers to the high humidity levels that come along with summer heat. And your air conditioner can deal with that humidity a bit, but it’s not designed to lower the humidity—only the temperatures. Furthermore, excess humidity can actually cause damage to your cooling system as it tried to deal with the humidity, and ultimately you’ll be left with a muggy and uncomfortable home.
The good news is that there is a very effective way to rid your home of this uncomfortable and damaging humidity, and prevent AC system problems—the installation of a whole-house dehumidifier.