Posts Tagged ‘Air Conditioning Repair’

Is Your Reversing Valve Not Working?

Monday, May 25th, 2020
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Heat pumps are equipped with advanced technology that allows them to both cool and heat your home throughout the year. This is especially important now, at the end of spring, when temperatures are starting to get hot and we begin to turn on our air conditioners.

Nothing feels worse than trying to turn on your heat pump for the summer season and getting blasted with hot air. When you try to hit the reversing switch on your system, you get pushback and the panic sets in that your cooling system just doesn’t want to cool. What do you do?

We can talk about the common problems we see when this reversing valve gets stuck, but the most important thing for homeowners is to contact our team for air conditioning repair in Ponchatoula, LA. Only repair services by qualified, experienced technicians can fix the problem entirely and give you back your quality cooling.

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Everything You Should Know About Refrigerant

Monday, April 27th, 2020
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This post is for all the homeowners out there that see the word “refrigerant” and immediately turn the other way. We get it, you didn’t sign up for a science class when you purchased your air conditioner or heat pump, you just want to know what could go wrong with it and whether your money was well spent.

Well, part of learning whether or not you need air conditioning service in Ponchatoula, LA is learning about the system itself. From blower motors to electrical components, and yes, even refrigerant, getting a better idea of how these factor into the cooling process can help open your eyes to some problems that your own air conditioner is having.

So, let’s talk about refrigerant. What is it? How does it work? How can you tell if there’s a problem with your refrigerant line? We’ll try and answer these questions as easily and painlessly as possible.

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4 Unique Noises Coming from Your Air Conditioner

Monday, April 13th, 2020
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We try to talk about things on this blog that matter to our customers and the people who live in our area. While talking about the scientific jargon of an air conditioner might be fun, so many people really want to know what’s happening to their specific air conditioner, and whether or not they’re in trouble. Many homeowners deal with faulty air conditioners that start showing symptoms that are displayed as noises they don’t understand. From banging to clanking, to even buzzing, these noises can be perplexing to a homeowner—but they should always warrant a visit by one of our professionals.

If you read this list of air conditioner noises that signal trouble and you recognize anything, you could need air conditioning repair in Covington, LA. Give our team a call for a responsible crew to perform sensible fixes.

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The Mystery of the Broken Air Conditioner

Monday, October 14th, 2019
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It was the handyman in the observatory with the thermostat! Well, it seems that we haven’t found all the right clues to solve this air conditioner mystery. When it comes to AC repairs, it can be a long and excruciating game of “Clue” until you’re spending more money than you’d like. That’s why we’re the experts you should call!

So, it’s time to stop the guesswork and take a gander at some real clues that can mean your air conditioner needs some repairs. From spooky noises to unwelcome moisture, an air conditioner can start malfunctioning for a variety of reasons. That’s where we come in, with a dedicated team of home cooling experts who are ready to help you diagnose the problem with your air conditioning in Covington, LA and perform the necessary fix as fast as possible.

With the help of a trusted technician, we’ll find the culprit of your AC issues and solve this mystery once and for all!

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3 Signs of AC Inefficiency

Monday, September 30th, 2019
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AC inefficiency sounds like a boring topic for a blog post, but we assure you it is not. Every time you see the word “inefficiency,” just think of “money,” since any amount of problems that hinder the capability of your air conditioner will eventually cost you money. If you’re unconcerned about wasting your hard-earned cash on a system that’s consuming more energy than it should, well… you’ve got us beat!

For everyone else, keep reading. We’ve got some clear signs that might signal when your air conditioner is running inefficiently. These lists can be important since they can clue in homeowners who aren’t well-versed in their AC unit as to when it’s really struggling. If these issues are ignored, you’ll be calling for AC repair in Hammond, LA which will cost even more money than you’d like to spend.

Air conditioners might not speak English, but luckily for you, we speak air conditioner. Let us translate their complaints for you!

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This Is What Might Be Happening When Your AC Isn’t Blowing Cool Air

Monday, April 29th, 2019

Air conditioner are designed to blow air. There’s nothing very difficult about understanding that.

But if an air conditioner suddenly stops blowing air—or if the airflow is severely reduced—then it can be much more difficult to interpret.

Unless you have an expert of air conditioning repair in Hammond, LAdrive down to investigate the system, the cause for your airflow issues are as good as any guess.

If that guess were up to us, however, we assume it could possibly be due to one of the following issues:

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Will Your Home Comfort Last the Whole Summer?

Monday, August 6th, 2018

young-family-enjoying-air-conditioning-in-their-homeSummer is in full swing, but with the way things have been the last few years, we might still be sweating by the time Christmas arrives. Just last May, Louisiana experienced its second hottest day in over 70 years.

For a homeowner with central air conditioning, it begs the question: are you and your family prepared to ride out the heat? If your goal is to stay comfortable even during the worst temperatures this year, we have a few ideas that can help.

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Do You Need a New HVAC System?

Monday, February 5th, 2018

ac-repair-or-replaceWith the coming of winter comes mild temperatures in our neck of the woods, which means a reduced reliance on your heating and air conditioning system. Heaters are still used on chilly days, especially during the night when the weather is at its coldest, but it certainly doesn’t compare to the weather further north.

That reduced need provides an outstanding chance to give your system a thorough evaluation and determine if you need repairs or replacement. Doing so now means you have plenty of time to schedule a replacement session before the weather heats up again, as well as ensuring that you don’t experience a sudden, fatal breakdown in a few weeks or months when you really need your HVAC system to respond.

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Winter is a Good Time to Schedule Air Conditioning Service

Monday, December 25th, 2017

air-conditioning-maintenanceAir conditioners rarely have a real off-season here in Louisiana, and there’s always the chance that an unexpected heat wave will bring it into service again.  By and large, however, winter temperatures are mild, which means it’s a good time to give your air conditioner a close look. Considering how often we use ours in this part of the world, it pays to schedule servicing sessions at least once a year, and if it’s been more than 12 months since you last one, now is the perfect time to set one up. What is a servicing session and why should you schedule one? Read on for the answers.

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Air Conditioning Repairs Can’t Always Wait

Monday, November 27th, 2017

ac-repair-or-replaceHere in Louisiana, air conditioning season is almost year ‘round, and while we get our share of cool weather, heat waves can hit almost any time of year. There’s a tendency during the cooler months to let problems with the air conditioner sit tight until the spring: relying on fans when things get warm and running the heater instead of the air. In most cases, however, this can be a big mistake. If you have a problem with your air conditioner, you shouldn’t wait until spring to get it fixed.

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