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HVAC systems have a lifespan that can last up to 20 years, and because of this, these appliances need some maintenance from time to time in order for cooling to work smoothly without any problems occurring down the line when you're using your AC in the summer!
Sometimes, your AC unit may stop blowing out cool air, and you might think it's damaged. But, sometimes, all that needs to happen is for the filter or fan blade to get cleaned up so they can resume working like before! Prevent any potential issues by calling us at Kerley Heating and Cooling for HVAC maintenance services today.
HVAC maintenance is an essential part of ensuring your home's comfort. Our team specializes in inspections, air filter replacements, repairs, thermostat checks (and sometimes installs), coil cleansings -- you name it! We've got the experience needed for any kind or size unit so call us today before things get worse.
Heating and Air Conditioning Service
Ineffective filtration due to clogged filters
Pilot Lite out
Squeaking, rattling, and other noises
Inaccurate Refrigerant levels
The a/c is frozen
Your air conditioner may be frozen because of limited or obstructed airflow, which prevents the system from operating correctly. You might try washing and cleaning the air filters in this situation. Debris and grime should not be present on the coils. It is recommended to have an expert in air conditioning look at this problem.
Warm air or no air
Several things bring this on. First, check the exterior unit to ensure no obstructions (such as leaves and branches) preventing airflow to your air conditioner before contacting an air conditioning professional. Make sure the ductwork is still connected to your vent system by checking it. If these steps do not resolve the issue, your air conditioner may not have enough refrigerant. You should contact an air conditioning expert to fix the problem in this situation.
If you see water in your drip pan and the line has been cleared by another method, blowing compressed air within it may clear out any blockage. If not: Call for help from an expert!
Continuously running or turning on and off.
This often indicates that your air conditioner has a size problem. It constantly cycles on and off if the appliance is too big for your house. Your air conditioner will operate continuously to maintain the proper temperature in your home if the air conditioning power is inadequate. Alternate causes for inappropriate cyclings include broken thermostats, faulty relay switches, and air conditioners with low refrigerant. If this is the problem, it is best to consult an expert in air conditioning.
Kerley Heating and Cooling provides the experience necessary in air conditioning repair services and maintains your HVAC system, assuring the comfort of your home and place of business. The company has been in business for more than 30 years. They provide affordable prices, giving you peace of mind that even the most thorough service won't cause you to go broke from the cost of paying for it. By installing newer, more modern equipment, it is possible to enhance the effectiveness of the heating and cooling systems and, as a result, lower the monthly expenditures associated with using energy. Indeed, Kerley Heating and Cooling can advise on what kind of system would be most suitable for your requirements and budget if you consider upgrading to a more modern and sophisticated one. You can put your trust in their dependable machinery to keep the temperature within the building stable throughout the whole year. Kerley Heating and Cooling should be your first choice for any HVAC repair service.
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