Having your air conditioner output drop in the middle of a hot summer day is not the kind of thing you want to have happen. What good is an air conditioner if it can’t air condition properly, after all? Unfortunately, it’s a pretty common problem for air conditioners to lose output capacity during the summer as a result of a number of issues. If your air conditioner is not cooling as well as it could be, it might be the result of one of the problems below.
Speedy Air Conditioning Service Blog: Archive for July, 2018
Maybe someone told it to chill out? (sound of laugh track playing…) Yeah, this heat is getting to us, too. Anyway, air conditioners can and do freeze over on a fairly regular basis, even when it’s hot out. This is not a sign that your air conditioner is working effectively. In fact, it’s a symptom of a larger problem that can cause your air conditioner to break down if you’re not careful. Read on to find out why your air conditioner is frozen over, and what you can do about it.
Everyone worries about keeping their homes as cool as possible during the summer, which makes sense. Being inside on a hot day without air conditioning is a pretty miserable time. That’s not the only thing you should be concerned with during the summer, however. Indoor air quality tends to drop in homes during the summer for a number of reasons. While it may not seem like that big of a deal, low indoor air quality can have wide-ranging negative effects on both your health and comfort. Have a look below at why it’s important to keep your indoor air quality high this summer, and how you can accomplish it.