Your Air-conditioning plays an important role in keeping your home cool and comfortable during the warmer months. If you AC unit isn’t running as efficiently as it once did, you may be spending more money and feeling less comfortable. The following are a few common signs that your air conditioner needs to be replaced.
Sounds like squealing and grinding could indicate that there is something wrong inside the AC unit. A piece getting damaged or slipping out of place may be the problem. It is common for AC units to start making strange noises when they are having problems. When you start hearing any of these sound it might be time to purchase a new model.
Hearing is not the only thing that help you decide if something is wrong with your AC, your sense of smell can also come in handy. If you start smelling musty or burnt odors coming from your AC vent, you might need a new model.
Not Cooling the House Down?
Sometimes your Air conditioning unit is running and moving air around but the house is not cooling down. This can be a variety of problems some of which cannot be repaired or are very costly to repair. In these cases, you might need a new model.
Less Air Flow?
Sometime the cool air is coming out of the registers but the air flow is not a strong as it once was. This as another common air conditioning problem that might mean you need a new model.
How Old is Your Unit?
Age is an important element to consider when it comes to AC repair and replacement. If your model is approaching 10 years of age then you might need a new model.
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Phoenix Comfort provides a full range of air conditioning and heating repair, installation, and maintenance services for residential and commercial customers. We keep your air conditioning and heating systems in their best condition and ready to go when you need them most, following the industry’s “best practice” methods and standards. Phoenix Comfort carries a full line of quiet, energy-efficient air conditioning and heating equipment.
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