When your air conditioner is emitting a high-pitched humming noise or any other signs of wear and tear, then something may be wrong.
Don’t wait until it’s too late and your aircon goes out. Prevent yourself from the heat and do what you can today by calling us today to come over and have a look at the unit.
Keeping up with your air conditioner’s maintenance is something that should be done to safeguard you from more expensive problems.
When it comes to air conditioners, every unit is different. Some take longer to cool off than others, and you might even need to get yours cleaned and repaired sooner than you’d like. This may be due to a blown fuse, or a worn-out compressor that no longer lives up to its duty.
You may think that you’re saving money by operating a unit without a clean air filter, but you’re actually causing a build-up of dirt in your unit’s coils, which could eventually lead to filter breakdown.
How to tell if your unit needs servicing, and all the different factors that go into choosing the right technician for the job. We’re here to help you make sure your problem is solved right the first time.
Consuming too much energy
In order to save money on your energy bill, it is important to understand how much you use each day and how to find ways to decrease your use. Do not assume that simple habits like turning off appliances when not in use, placing your laundry in a higher temperature setting, or raising the thermostat can reduce your energy use. A new air-conditioning system may be the best option for you if you have had experience saving on electricity bills with these kinds of habits.
If you are already running your fan and air conditioner 24/7 and there is not a big change in your energy use, it is unlikely that you will see a rise in your bill without any changes. Our systems are designed to work with your existing air conditioner and fan so that no major changes are required to keep your monthly bill the same.
High energy bills and inefficient air conditioners are not a result of coincidence. The older your appliance is, the more energy it uses to keep you cool. That’s because as time goes on and its efficiency decreases so do those high electric bills. If your air conditioning system is more than 8 years old, it needs to be checked. This is because older air conditioners are less efficient and use more energy. Your utility bills will increase, as well as your heating bills if your unit stops working properly. The success of your home’s air conditioning system depends on many factors including its age, the efficiency rating, and of course whether it is properly maintained. The older your air conditioner, the higher its energy consumption. If your air con is working too hard or has an issue with a filter element or fan, you may experience less than desirable results. Eventually, this adds up and can cause trouble with other devices that run off of electricity like your furnace or a refrigerator.
An old air conditioner may also need too much maintenance work and repairs, which can be costly. Rather than spending for repairs often, you may choose to invest money in buying a new and better-functioning unit.
What do you do if your air-conditioning system is acting up? You try calling to find someone to fix it right away, right? But as you might have noticed, finding a professional who is both reliable and affordable can be tough.
A quick tune-up is an easy way to avoid costly repairs in the heat of summer, so call us today! Our friendly technicians can ensure your aircon is running at peak efficiency, keeping you cool and comfortable.