Have you ever wondered, what your AC guy was referring to when he said, “your AC is frozen”. Picture shows ice build up on evaporator coil which located in ductwork above the furnace. Hidden from sight. Did you know, a dirty filter could cause this! Needless to say regular AC maintenance is important!
This client was experiencing many of the tell-tail signs that their Air Conditioner needed maintenance. In this particular case these where the two primary signs reported to us by this client:
Poor airflow is a common sign that an air conditioner isn’t working effectively or that a blockage is preventing air from moving through your home’s ductwork. It could be a clogged air filter, a non-functioning blower motor or something even more serious may be to blame.
Your air conditioner should go through relatively routine cooling cycles, no matter the weather. While you can expect your cooling system to turn on more frequently during the hottest days of summer, it shouldn’t cycle on and off constantly. If you notice frequent cycles, contact our team of air conditioning experts. A quick air conditioner tune-up may resolve frequent cycling. But it may also signal that you need a new air conditioner.
You may read more about the warning signs that may indicate your Air Conditioner may need maintenance and/or repair here: 7 Signs That Can Indicate Your Air Conditioner Needs Repair Or Maintenance
Haven’t had maintenance on your air conditioner lately? Air Conditioners need regular maintenance to ensure efficiency and extend there life span. At Joe’s Heating & Air Conditioning, we recommend leaving HVAC repairs and maintenance to experts rather than attempting DIY fixes. After all, your home’s cooling system is complex and requires careful calibration.
Don’t wait to tackle air conditioner repairs and maintenance. Call your local HVAC professionals at Joe’s Heating & Air Conditioning today at (905) 434-6788.