Spring Air Conditioning Service | Air Conditioning Repair Dallas
Providing the pre-season spring air conditioning service that your HVAC system requires ensures it maintains peak operation, extends its life span and reduces the frequency of the need for air conditioning repair in Dallas. In other words, annual maintenance on the air conditioning system provides preventative maintenance.
Common problems related to air conditioning failure are a dirty filter, low refrigerant, a malfunctioning fan and a thrown breaker. Most of these breakdowns are common problems that would have been detected during the annual service of an air conditioning tune-up.
A dirty filter is a simple DIY solution with the recommendation to check on the filter every 2-4 weeks and to replace the manufacturer recommends, or as necessary.
Low refrigerant is due to a leak which can be detected in your spring tune-up. It may be working for now, but once the refrigerant level drops below the threshold, you will find the ac blowing warm air. The spring tune-up can clean, oil and inspect the system, and any problems will be identified and repaired. While a properly functioning system is less likely to break down, when the system begins to age, or has been grossly neglected over time, repeated leaks indicate a problem, or even the potential need for a new air conditioning installation.
Ignoring a leak can damage the compressor which pumps the cooled air into your home. A compressor is the most costly component in your air conditioning system, and catching the leak during a tune-up will cost a fraction of the potential cost of a compressor for air conditioning repair in Dallas.
Malfunctioning fan motors are another common cause of air conditioner problems. You may hear unusual sounds, or notice the air movement from the vents isn't as much as it was. The spring tune-up can detect a weakening or faulty fan and enable repair now, preventing the need for an additional service call to provide air conditioning repair in Dallas.
Frozen coils can occur with a refrigerant leak, but a dirty air filter can also cause this. Frozen coils may or may not be visible depending upon the type of system that you have. If you experience the ac blowing warm air, first check your filter and change if it's dirty. If that doesn't correct the problem you will need to call your air conditioning technician for air conditioning repair in Dallas.
A tune-up can also reveal wiring hazards inside the ac system. This condition can cause circuit breakers to shut off and can be a fire hazard. In addition, loose electrical connections can cause a significant increase in the electric bill.
The inspection during a tune-up may reveal a clogged drain in the condensate pan, which can result in water overflowing and potential damage to your home. Improperly removed condensate will also increase the home's humidity making you feel hot and sticky.
A dirty coil is an additional issue the spring tune-up can identify. A dirty coil can result in reduced cooling and a drop in efficiency of 30-40 % as the system runs longer trying to cool the home. A dirty coil will also reduce the life span of the air conditioning system.
The spring tune-up can save you money by reducing breakdowns, extending its life span, as well as providing the optimal performance and saving you energy dollars. Have your air conditioning thoroughly inspected and serviced now before the cooling season arrives.
Garland Heating and Air Conditioning provides air conditioning repair in Dallas, as well as Plano, and the surrounding areas. Our NATE certified and experienced technicians provide the superior spring air conditioning service you need to maintain your comfort. Don't delay your tune-up; contact the experts at Garland today to schedule your spring service.