Technically, summer doesn’t really end here in Florida. Although this is the case, there are problems you can run into when summer reaches its peak around August. If you’re starting to notice problems with your home’s air conditioner, then we want you to schedule air conditioning repair in Palm Bay, FL.
The biggest problem with air conditioning care is that it might be hard for you to spot the problems right away. We don’t want you to wait until things get out of hand. It’s always best for you to address these problems as soon as possible to address further repair needs.
Watch Out for These Issues
Here are a few things that you might notice from your air conditioner as you reach the last days of summer.
1. Refrigerant Leaks
Have you felt like your home is just warm no matter what? Refrigerant leaks post a threat to your air conditioner because it prevents your system from working to the best of its cooling ability. Don’t be fooled either—you can’t top off or refill the refrigerant. Any lack of refrigerant means that you have a leak and this needs to be solved first.
2. Dirty Air Filters
Did you change your home’s air filter at the start of the season? It’s important for you to have a fresh air filter in your home every single season. If you skipped out on getting yourself a fresh filter this season, then it might be struggling to perform.
3. Trouble Turning AC On
Does your air conditioner struggle to turn on? There might be an electric issue in your midst. We’ll help you figure out the source of your issue and then help you figure out how to get your air conditioning system working again.
4. Leaky Ducts
Have you noticed whistling sounds throughout your home? Or maybe weak airflow to your vents? You probably have leaking ductwork in your home. We’ll help you find the source of these problems and create a path to rectify them.
5. Water Leaks
Are you noticing water leaking from your system? This might happen due to a clogged condensate drain line. We’re going to help you figure out the source of this issue so we can fix this.
6. Low Airflow
Do you feel like there’s low airflow throughout your home? The way to figure out if this is happening is just by putting your hand up near a vent and checking the flow yourself. Does it feel strong and steady? If it doesn’t, then it’s time to improve your home’s airflow.
7. Thermostat Issues
You’ve noticed that your thermostat isn’t performing well. It’s as if it’s tapped into the internal temperature of another home entirely. If you want to improve your home’s internal temperature, then the thermostat is the place to start.
The first thing you should do is pick a different spot for your thermostat. If moving the thermostat doesn’t help, then you might want to check in with the type of thermostat you have. We suggest Wi-Fi or smart thermostats.
Contact Next Generation Air & Heat, Inc. today to schedule an appointment with our professionals.