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Homeowners in this part of the country rely heavily on their air conditioners, and as temperatures become more extreme, these systems undergo tremendous wear and tear.
Here are the warning signs that a central air conditioner is failing and may need to be replaced soon.
It makes loud grinding noises when it turns on (caused by worn-out bearings or loose bolts, or a lack of lubrication),
It produces little or no cool air (a sign of poor refrigerant charge), and it has short running cycles (signals that it may have gone into defrost mode).
If the air coming out of the vents isn’t cold, the problem may be an airflow issue or a leak in the system.
The best way to ensure you get the most reliable use out of your air conditioner is by scheduling annual maintenance from a professional HVAC technician.
Annual maintenance keeps your system running efficiently to keep your energy costs down, allows you to fix minor problems before they escalate, protects your warranty, and reduces the chance you’ll experience system failure.
Call the air conditioning experts at Grand Canyon Home Services to schedule an AC tune-up or determine if your system is past its prime and discuss your upgrade options.
Litchfield Park Heating Service
It’s not uncommon for it to get chilly during winter in this part of the country, which is why it’s essential to your comfort that you have a furnace that can keep your family warm and cozy when needed.
Just like your air conditioner, your furnace will wear out eventually. But, you can avoid system failure if you familiarize yourself with the signs that your system is failing so you can plan to replace it or call for repairs before that happens.
Here’s what to watch for.
It’s normal for your furnace to make noise starting up and shutting down; however, if you hear rattling, clicking, or grinding, call a repair technician as soon as possible to prevent further damage.
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Furnaces lose efficiency as they get older, causing your heating bills to grow higher. Sometimes, getting a furnace tune-up will solve the problem, but replacement might be the best option if your system is past its prime.
Does it feel like some rooms are cozy while others are freezing? As your furnace ages, it loses its ability to provide even heat throughout the house.
If the once strong airflow coming out of the vents is weak, and you’re not getting even heat in the room, it could mean your heater can’t keep up with the demands anymore, and it’s time to consider replacing it.
These problems don’t always mean you have to replace your furnace right now. Still, it’s best to call a professional to inspect the system and recommend the best way to fix it.
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