AAction Air Conditioning & Heating Co. Inc. Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Air Conditioning Repair’

Beware These Mid-Season AC Repair Needs

Monday, September 3rd, 2018

AC technician working on air conditionerSure, the official end of summer may be just a few short weeks away. But, if you’ve lived in this area for even just a year then you know the warmer temperatures can last well into October. With that in mind, we hope that your air conditioner is in good condition. You had it professionally maintained before the season began, right?

If not, no problem. In the absence of a total system breakdown, it’s really never too late to schedule maintenance. We just advise that you have this service done at least once a year (or twice a year, if you’re using a heat pump). Anyway, regardless of whether or not you had that pivotal tune-up done, you may still run into the need for air conditioning repair in Richmond Hill, GA before the weather cools off, given that your air conditioner has been working increasingly harder and harder over the past few weeks.

So, you may be wondering—what is it that you should watch out for?

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It’s Not Too Early to Prevent AC Repair

Monday, April 2nd, 2018

technician working on outside unit of air conditionerWhile temperatures are still on the cooler side at night, we’re starting to see those all too familiar 80°+ days already. As such, soon you’ll be relying on your cooling system on a consistent basis to keep you and your family comfortable and healthy. But, is your system in need of Savannah, GA air conditioning repair?

If so, it’s best to take care of any repair needs now, since as we know, midsummer ac repairs can be a hassle. It’s difficult to call in a technician at the last minute during one of the busiest times of the year, and you may be stuck with a malfunctioning cooling system in the middle of one of the hottest days of the year. So, wouldn’t it be better to prevent repairs altogether?

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Habits That Can Ruin Your Air Conditioner

Monday, September 18th, 2017

dumped-destroyed-air-conditionersWhen it comes to the condition of the larger appliances and systems in your home—the electrical wiring, the plumbing, and the air conditioner, for example—it may seem as though caring for them is out of your control. For the most part, these systems are installed during construction and replaced or repaired once someone runs into trouble. But this is a costly way of thinking of many of these systems.

Let’s take your air conditioner, for example. It may seem as though your job when it comes to air conditioning is simple. You turn on the thermostat when you need it and turn it off when you don’t. But even this daily habit may be slowly destroying your air conditioner and costing you more!

Find out which daily habits may be ruining the condition of your AC system in today’s post.

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AC Short Cycling: What Does It Mean?

Monday, September 4th, 2017

AC-in-grassSome problems with an air conditioning system leave you rushing to call in a technician ASAP, like when it only blows out warm air or when it’s completely broken down. Others are more subtle, like when the temperature only drops slightly. Today, we want to focus on an AC problem that often doesn’t set off any alarms.

Short cycling is when an air conditioner runs in brief spurts over and over. It may run for long enough to cool off the home—somewhat. However, it’s going to cause some major problems for your air conditioner.

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5 Common AC Repairs

Monday, August 21st, 2017

technicians-assess-air-conditionerAs air conditioning technicians who specialize in protecting AC systems, we feel a duty to help you understand more about the types of problems air conditioners face. You don’t have to know how to fix it; in fact, that could end up making a problem a lot worse without the proper experience. We simply thing you should know about the complex situations that come up from day-to-day, in order to see the importance of fixing AC problems ASAP.

For more information, or to schedule your AC repair today, call our friendly team. We are happy to help.

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Can I Replace Just the Compressor of My AC System?

Monday, July 25th, 2016

When your air conditioner stops working, you always hope that there is a simple solution to the issue. So when you find out that the compressor is broken, it can be somewhat of a letdown. The compressor is actually the most costly component of an air conditioner, in most cases, and a repair is not always possible.

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3 Things You Should Know about Your AC’s Filter

Wednesday, June 29th, 2016

How often do you change your air conditioner’s filter? Is it once a month? Once a year? Is it something you’ve been neglecting to do for a long time? We know that changing the air filter isn’t on the top of everyone’s priority list, but we have some things to share that may change your mind.

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Common AC Repair Need: The Condensate Drain

Monday, June 20th, 2016

One of the most important things you can do for your air conditioning system is to schedule regular maintenance visits in order to keep it running smoothly and efficiently. In addition, a maintenance visit with a professional helps to spot problems early on, preventing a major hassle in the near future or in the middle of the hottest summer days.

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Do You Need a New Air Conditioner If Temperatures Are Too High?

Tuesday, May 3rd, 2016

You can feel air coming out of the vents in your living room. You know that the air conditioner is running and that it’s at least trying to cool down your home. The air coming out of the vents might not be hot—just not quite cool enough.

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Should Water Ever Leak from an AC System?

Monday, April 18th, 2016

There are a few reasons you might be worried when you notice that water is leaking from your AC system. Many homeowners become alarmed, wondering if water should be in the air conditioning system in the first place and whether it will damage the unit. Many worry about water damage and mold growth, and rightfully so.

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