With the warm temperatures of summer to deal with over the next several months, it’s important to keep an eye on your commercial air conditioning system. The last thing you want is for your air conditioner to break down in the middle of a hot day, after all. The best way to prevent that from happening is to watch for the warning signs that your air conditioner is having issues, so that you can get it repaired as soon as possible. Let’s examine some of those common problems more closely.
Speedy Air Conditioning Service Blog: Archive for June, 2015
Heat pumps are common home cooling solutions for people who want a little more flexibility out of their HVAC systems. As great as they are for providing both heating and cooling functions, however, heat pumps are just as susceptible to problems as any other HVAC appliance. As we move into summer and the stress on your heat pump starts to rise, it’s a good idea to be aware of the kinds of problems that can afflict it. Let’s take a closer look at some of those problems.
Ductless air conditioners are an increasingly popular choice for homeowners who are looking for alternate cooling solutions. Just like all HVAC systems, they are susceptible to the occasional repair needs. The best way to address these problems as a homeowner is to know the signs and symptoms that accompany them. That way, you can have them repaired before they can cause too much damage. Let’s take a look at some of the common symptoms of ductless air conditioning problems.
You’ll see a lot of references to refrigerant in our blogs about air conditioning systems. Despite the important role that refrigerant plays in air conditioning systems, though, many people don’t know what it actually is. It is important that you understand how the refrigerant interacts with the air conditioning system. It is especially important to know the signs that your air conditioner is having a problem with its refrigerant. That way, you can call for repairs as soon as you notice a problem. With that in mind, let’s take a look at refrigerant, and how a leak in the line can cause serious problems.
Commercial air conditioners are among the more sturdy HVAC systems on the market. They have to be, considering how much strain they’re being put under every time they’re in use. However, though they may be able to last a long time, there will come a point where they need to be replaced. The sooner you can recognize when your commercial air conditioner needs replacing, the more money you’ll save that would otherwise be wasted on an inefficient system. With that in mind, check out some of the signs that your commercial air conditioner is nearing the end of its life.