Air On Demand Blog: Archive for the ‘Air Conditioning Repair’ Category

Your Air Filter, Your AC, and You

Monday, October 14th, 2019

dirty-ductless-air-filterDid you know the air you breath can impact your health? We aren’t just talking about smog; we mean the amount of dust, pollen and other contaminants in the air that might enter your lungs, can have an effect on your health. What’s more, this debris can impact the health of your air conditioner over time too, making it harder for your system to run the more it builds up.

Thank goodness you have an air filter!

The filter within your air system is able to, well, filter out a lot of stuff that you might not want in your house, or in your throat! But even this handy little part of your cooling system has its limits. The question is, what can you do to help care for it and improve the health of you and your AC?

Read on to find the answer!

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Why Is My AC Screaming? And Other Noise Complaints

Monday, April 15th, 2019

covering-earsIf you find that your AC is making a noise that can appropriately be described as “screaming,” it’s not because it’s excited about finding the best ice cream parlor this summer. It’s probably a refrigerant leak, and it’s very serious.

That being said, you may be wondering if it’s ever a good thing for your air conditioner to be making certain noises. That answer is “No.”

Strange noises from your air conditioner should always be investigated. There’s a high probability that whatever’s causing the noise can lead to more damage if it isn’t taken care of soon.

We’ll list some of the most common noises below and explain what the issues might be.

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4 Reasons Your AC Energy Costs are Rising

Monday, February 18th, 2019

ac-savingsIf your cooling costs are rising every month, don’t be so quick to assume that it’s due to excess use. Unless you’re using a smart thermostat or regulating temperatures very closely every day, it would be difficult to truly assess whether you’ve been using more energy than usual.

Assuming your AC use has remained moderate, there are several other reasons your costs may be on the rise, and they could be enough to warrant air conditioning repair in Homestead, FL. Here are just four of them:

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All About Washable HVAC Air Filters

Monday, December 24th, 2018

man-holding-disposable-filterAir filters are one of the simplest components in your entire HVAC system. Yet, simply neglecting to replace it can bring complete destruction and chaos to your system.

To be fair, we’re only slightly exaggerating. A clogged air filter can tank your efficiency, cause short cycling, airflow issues, and in the case of a furnace, can cause it to overheat. Before calling in for AC repair issues in Miami, we almost always recommend changing the air filter first.

If you hate having to go out and buy a new filter, however, you might want to invest in a washable one.

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Why Can’t I Feel the Air From My Air Conditioner?

Monday, September 3rd, 2018

spinning-ac-fanWhat’s the point of an air conditioner if it doesn’t emit a refreshing blast of cold air? While this problem isn’t common, it’s not unheard of. In fact, many kinds of air conditioner problems can result in low or warm air flow from your air conditioner. If you’re having any kind of air flow problems, the next best step is to call for AC repair in Homestead. You can also read more to see just how important it is to call when there’s an air flow problem.

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Why Am I Getting Low Air-Flow From My AC?

Monday, August 6th, 2018

cooling-vent-on-wall-of-homeThere’s a number of reasons for why you could be getting low air-flow from your air conditioner. Admittedly, not all of them will require you to drop what you’re doing and immediately call an AC repairman. At the same time, some of them actually do require immediate attention, and ignoring them is the last thing you’d want to do.

In this post, we’ll go over causes of low air-flow from the best to worst case scenarios. If it sounds like any of them are happening in your AC, be sure to take the appropriate action.

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Call for Repairs ASAP If You Notice These AC Symptoms

Monday, July 23rd, 2018

Are you not sure if your AC is acting funny? It’s not surprising that many people let their AC continue to run despite showing signs of trouble. In fact, it’s quite understandable, since most homeowners aren’t air conditioning experts.

We’d never want you to neglect an air conditioning problem, so in this post, we’ll go over some clear signs that your AC is in trouble. If you experience any of them, it’s a good idea to turn off the system and immediately contact an expert of central AC repair in Miami.

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Your AC System Should Not Run Out of Refrigerant

Monday, January 2nd, 2017

When our technicians show up to fix an air conditioner that is not quite doing its job, we often hear, “Does it just need more  Freon™ ?” Refrigerant, the name of the chemical blend used in air conditioners ( Freon™ is a brand name, likely not used in your air conditioner) can evacuate from an air conditioner over time.

But the thing is, it’s not really supposed to.

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Can a Dirty Filter Lead to AC Repair?

Monday, June 27th, 2016

Most people have heard before that you should change the air filter of your air conditioning system regularly—about once a month. And yet, few people know why this is, or that neglecting to change the filter could cost them a lot of money later on.

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4 Things You Should Know about Energy Efficiency and Your AC

Monday, June 6th, 2016

If you want to save money on air conditioning this year (without turning off your system completely), we think there are a few things you should know. Check out our list and call in professional contractors to help you make your air conditioner a more cost-effective and environmentally-friendly system.

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