Premier HVAC Services Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Air Conditioning Repair’

Why an AC Refrigerant Leak Is Bad News

Monday, July 5th, 2021
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You’ve probably heard that refrigerant is a necessary component for your air conditioner to keep your home comfortable during our hot and sticky summers. This is probably the extent of your knowledge about refrigerant, right? That’s okay, that’s what we are here for!

While you don’t need to know everything about refrigerant, it’s important to understand just how important it is and why a leak is bad news. Read on to learn more!

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It’s Time to Call for AC Repairs When…

Monday, May 24th, 2021
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Let’s say it’s one of the hottest days of the year, and you have just come back inside your home after hours outside. You are probably looking forward to the cool breeze you’ll be greeted with when you enter your home.

Well, imagine the unpleasant surprise if, instead of being greeted by that cool and comfortable breeze, you return to a home that’s not much cooler than it is outside. Apparently, something has gone very wrong with your air conditioner.

Of course, it’s important to remember, first off, that this is certainly not the only indicator that your air conditioner needs some kind of repair. You may need a bit more intuition to know when to call us for professional AC repair. Read on as we uncover some other common signs of an air conditioner in disrepair:

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AC Trouble: 6 Sounds You Shouldn’t Hear

Monday, September 28th, 2020

Wouldn’t it be great if our home air conditioners could self-diagnose their malfunctions and report them back to us in detail? Honestly, this probably isn’t too far-fetched of an idea … but in the meantime, it’s not a reality.

For now, you have to rely on other means to know if your air conditioner has something wrong with it. Perhaps it’s a sudden decline in cooling power, or an unexplained spike in your utility bills. It may be that your circuit breakers for the HVAC unit are constantly tripping.

And then there’s one of the most common signs something is amiss with your cooling system: loud or unfamiliar noises. Pretty much any sound you hear that you’ve never heard before should be cause for alarm, but below we’ve uncovered six of the most common noises we get called for.

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