Air On Demand Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Air Conditioning Repair’

Is Your Air Conditioner Worn Out?

Monday, April 25th, 2016

An air conditioner gets a lot of use over the course of its lifespan. And, one day, your air conditioner’s components will be so worn down, that the best solution might be to replace the entire system. However, you might still have time to fix the issues with your air conditioner and bring it back into shape for the upcoming dog days of summer. Find out whether your air conditioner can be revived in the guide below.

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3 Things You Should Know about Refrigerant

Monday, March 28th, 2016

Refrigerant is one of those air conditioning components that has a lot of misconceptions surrounding it.
For one thing, refrigerant is often known by the term “Freon™,” which is actually a trademarked name that may not describe the type of refrigerant already in your system. But some misconceptions could actually cost you, like the idea that a system needs to be recharged with refrigerant each year, which is first on our list of things we think customers should know about refrigerant.

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3 Reasons for Low Airflow from Your Vents

Monday, December 21st, 2015

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Around the holiday season, you want to see to it that your family, friends, and guests are as comfortable as possible in your home. Little problems with the air conditioning or heating system may seem like only an annoyance, but it’s important that you get these fixed as soon as possible so that a tiny inconvenience does not turn into a complete system breakdown during your holiday celebrations.

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Don’t Wait to Repair Your Air Conditioner! It Could Cost You

Monday, October 12th, 2015

Summer is over, but the warmer weather is here to stay for a little while longer in sunny Florida. If you begin to notice issues with your air conditioning system this late in the season, you may decide to put off repairs until the weather gets too warm for comfort again. However, allowing your air conditioner to continue to operate when it is in poor condition can carry consequences. Here are two reasons we warn our customers never to delay professional AC repairs.

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Help! Water Is Leaking from My Air Conditioning System!

Friday, September 11th, 2015

This is one of the most common calls we get for air conditioning repair, and we understand just how frustrating a leak can be. The level of severity depends partly on the location of the indoor fan coil unit of your AC system. If it is located on the ground floor, you may not even notice the issue for a long period of time. If it’s located on the ceiling or in the attic, a leaky air conditioner can do damage to the property. In either case, mold can potentially develop, which is a problem you always want to avoid.

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Help! Water Is Leaking from My Air Conditioner!

Tuesday, September 8th, 2015

One of the most common repair calls we get is from homeowners concerned about a leaking air conditioner. Depending on the setup of the indoor portion of your AC system, water can leak out into your living space, creating a moist environment where mold can quickly develop. Additionally, we’ve seen cases where a leak actually damaged portions of a property, and the owner had to schedule costly renovations following a repair.

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How Your Air Conditioner Helps to Control the Humidity

Friday, August 14th, 2015

Florida’s humidity levels are no joke. High humidity can make people a lot less comfortable in the summertime because sweat cannot evaporate sweat from your body. This makes the air feel a lot warmer than the actual temperature reading on the thermostat. Thankfully, your air conditioner not only takes care of the heat, but also the humidity!

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What to Check before Calling for Air Conditioning Repair

Monday, July 20th, 2015

Professional air conditioning technicians get years of continual training before they are able to diagnose and repair air conditioning issues properly. Most problems with your air conditioner should be checked out by a technician, but there are a few things you might want to check on before making the call.

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Our Quick Guide to the Coils in Your Air Conditioner

Monday, June 29th, 2015

In general, you don’t have to know much about the various components of your AC system. But from time to time, we like to inform homeowners about the inner workings of their air conditioners so that they can learn about the best ways to properly care for their system. Today, we’ve put together a quick guide to the indoor and outdoor coils of your AC system, and what can go wrong with them.

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No Cooling Issue Is Too Small to Call a Professional for AC Repair

Monday, June 8th, 2015

When your air conditioner breaks down on a hot summer day, you probably pick up the phone within minutes to talk to an air conditioning technician. But when the issue is not so severe, you may decide to wait until the problem becomes more troublesome. We’ve created this guide as a way to advise strongly against this practice, which can lead to a number of issues for your AC and for your wallet.

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