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!
No, we’re not in the business of telling you what goes “bump” in the night. Though, if that “bump” is coming from your air conditioner, then we are! You see, strange noises coming from your air conditioner can be a strong signal that it’s in dire need of some repairs. From whistling, to hissing and bubbling, to even grinding or screaming noises, these are not normal and should not be ignored! Stop being haunted by your loud AC system and contact a professional today.
We promise we’re not trying to frighten you in lieu of Halloween quickly approaching. The only smell that should be coming from your air vents this season is the smell of fresh air. If you’re noticing a burning smell, that could mean that some wire insulation has burned out or your system might be working so hard that it’s overheating.
Also, if you notice any musty smells, that could be a sign that there is mold or mildew inside of your ductwork which must be addressed as soon as possible. Mold can lead to serious health risks that you’re better off avoiding.
Cool air should be continuously flowing through your vents at a reasonable and comfortable rate. If you pay attention to the amount of time your AC system spends cooling your home down, or if you notice that there are certain rooms that just can’t cool down, you might be the victim of poor airflow.
First and foremost, this could be a problem with your ductwork. Leaky ducts can reduce airflow by up to 30% if they aren’t maintained, which is a lot of air leakage! Also, this could signal that your unit’s compressor is failing, or that there is a refrigerant leak in your system. Either of these are expensive fixes and it’s sometimes more cost-effective to just replace the system entirely, depending on how old it is.
Don’t get spooked out by the smells, noises, and problems with your broken air conditioner. Grab your magnifying glass and call our HVAC detectives to solve this mystery for good!
When you need it done right, call Professional Heating & Air!