When to Call for AC Repair

Monday, October 7th, 2019

air-conditioner-cash“Summer” is long gone, but fall in Florida is basically the same thing as early summer in most other areas across the country. That being said, things are beginning to wind down. The temperatures are a lot cooler and the humidity is much lower. You’re relying on your air conditioner a little less than usual, so now is a great time to consider repair if you need it.

Fall is a great time to repair your air conditioning system because you have a little wiggle room. If you decide to repair your air conditioner at the height of summer, you’re risking a big inconvenience during hot weather. Fall is low stakes. If you’re looking for air conditioning repair in Fort Pierce, FL, you can come to the professionals on our team. We know everything your AC system needs, and we specialize in keeping Florida homeowners cool.

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Things to Check Before Calling for AC Repair

Monday, August 8th, 2016

Having your air conditioner malfunction on you in the middle of a hot summer day is no fun at all. Before you call for air conditioning repairs, though, you should take a few preliminary steps to clarify what’s wrong. These steps will help you determine if you need professional repairs, as well as describe what’s wrong to the HVAC technician if you do. Read on for things to check before calling for AC repair.

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What You Need to Know About AC Short Cycling

Monday, July 25th, 2016

If you’ve ever noticed your air conditioner turning itself off and on every couple of minutes, do not ignore it. That’s called short cycling, and it’s a major problem that could shorten the lifespan of your air conditioner considerably. Read on to find out more about short cycling, what causes it, and why you need to call for repairs as soon as you notice it.

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Do I Ever Need to Refill My AC Refrigerant?

Monday, April 4th, 2016

Summer is almost here, and people are going to be relying on their air conditioners to keep cool for the next few months. Part of getting your air conditioner ready for the heat of summer is scheduling maintenance for it, and we get a lot of questions from homeowners during those appointments. One of the most common questions is whether or not an air conditioner needs to have its refrigerant refilled. Read on to find out more about how your air conditioner uses refrigerant, and when it needs to have it refilled.

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Call for Repairs if Your Air Conditioner Is Displaying These Symptoms

Monday, March 28th, 2016

Summer is not quite here yet, but you wouldn’t know that from the weather. It’s already pretty warm outside, and it’s pretty likely that you’re relying on your air conditioner to keep you cool on a daily basis already. That means that you’re already putting your air conditioner under more stress than normal, which means that you may start to notice problems cropping up over the next couple of months. Read on to find out about some of the symptoms you should watch for when it comes to air conditioning problems.

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What to Do if Your Air Conditioner Output Is Low

Monday, October 5th, 2015

In Florida’s hot and humid climate, having your air conditioner output drop is probably one of the most uncomfortable problems you can deal with. Air conditioner output issues are commonplace, and are caused by a wide variety of different issues. In order to truly fix the problem, you’re going to need to have a professional take a look at it. In the meantime, however, there are a few things that you can do.

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How Short-Cycling Affects Your Air Conditioner

Monday, August 24th, 2015

Short-cycling is the bane of air conditioning systems. It is highly damaging, and extremely common. If your air conditioner starts short-cycling, it is to be considered an emergency. In the interests of preventing short-cycling from destroying your system, let’s go over why you need to call for repairs as soon as you notice it happening.

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Why Ice on Your Air Conditioner Is a Bad Sign

Monday, July 20th, 2015

Most people don’t really know how their air conditioner works, because they really don’t have to in order to operate it. So when homeowners see ice forming on their air conditioners during the summer, some of them may intuitively guess that it’s a good thing. Unfortunately, ice on your air conditioner is actually a sign that the system is in dire need of repairs. Read on to find out why this happens, and what needs to be done about it.

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