The most obvious sign your air conditioner needs to be repaired is when you feel warm air blowing out of your home’s vents. Make sure the thermostat is switched to cooling and set it lower than your home’s current temperature.
Poor airflow is a common sign that your air conditioner isn’t working efficiently or that a blockage is preventing air from moving through your home’s ductwork. A clogged air filter, a broken 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 on the hottest days of summer, it shouldn’t cycle on and off constantly.
Your air conditioner should moderate humidity levels automatically. If your cooling system can’t keep moisture levels within a comfortable range, your unit may need attention.
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Your air conditioner may produces some leakage in your home from the condensation of the refrigerant, but liquids should not accumulate into your home. Pooled water or an active leak around your air conditioner is an important sign that your cooling system isn’t running properly.
If you smell unpleasant odors and suspect that they’re coming from your HVAC system, you’ll want to deal with the issue before it becomes smellier. Fortunately, a quick diagnostic visit will tell us whether your air conditioner needs a tune-up and a complete cleaning.
Most air conditioners make low-level noise, but loud, sudden or unusual noises can signal big problems with your air conditioning. Rattling or buzzing noises can indicate a loose part while whistling or grinding noises can signal something more serious.