AAction Air Conditioning & Heating Co. Blog: Posts Tagged ‘AC Repair’

Is Your AC Prepared for Winter?

Monday, October 28th, 2019

Here in Douglas, winter doesn’t come until much later than our northern neighbors. Though, when it does come, it comes quickly and with some powerfully cold weather. November and December can easily dip below freezing, so you’ll need to make sure that your heater is up to snuff and ready to combat the cold temperatures. However, we’re not here to talk about that in this blog post.

Instead, we’re going to talk about how you can quickly and effectively store your outdoor air conditioning unit so it is safe and secure until next spring. Otherwise, depending on how brutal the precipitation is or how chilly the temperatures get, you could be dealing with expensive AC repair in Douglas, GA when next summer rolls along.

So, what can you do to minimize the risks of any AC problems while preparing for the winter?

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Stay Vigilant for These AC Noises

Monday, September 30th, 2019

If you ever hear a strange noise in your house, unless you’re stuck in a horror movie, you should always investigate the cause. Sometimes that cause might need the assistance of a service professional with air conditioning repair in Bluffton, SC, other times there might be an easier solution. Either way, don’t continue living your life as normal while pretending that these noises are fine. They’re not!

We have gotten a lot of calls over the years about air conditioners making noises, from squealing to bubbling, and each one of them can signify an issue with your system. Ignoring them should never be an option, and luckily for you, we’ve got a list of some noises that can help you keep on your toes. If you notice any of the following noises coming from your AC unit, you should absolutely call a professional to take care of them.

So? Let’s talk about some noises!

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…But, Your Ductless System Needs Repairs, Too!

Monday, August 5th, 2019

Earlier this month, we talked about all the reasons go ductless this summer, and yes, while these systems do offer some significant advantages (efficiency, cost, space-saving, and the ability to provide year-round comfort just to name a few), does not mean that they are immune to repair needs.

Yes, that’s right—your ductless system is going to require repairs every now and again. And, quite frankly, ductless systems come with their own set of unique repair needs. Not to worry though! We’ve listed some of these unique repairs for you down below. That way, you’ll know just what to do! [Hint: call us for air conditioning repair in Savannah, GA!]

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Are You on the Brink of a Cooling Catastrophe?

Monday, May 13th, 2019

Summer is fast approaching, which means that now is the perfect time to take care of any air conditioning repairs that you might have! Any issues with your air conditioner can leave you and your family quite uncomfortable, especially during a hot, Georgia heatwave.

So, how do you know when you need repairs? Well, we’ll tell you!

All you have to do is keep reading! Below, we have listed some of the most common signs of an air conditioner in disrepair. If your AC exhibits any of the following, it is important that you contact your local professional for air conditioning repair in Savannah, GA right away! 

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It’s About Time You Schedule Your AC Services!

Monday, April 15th, 2019

Summer is fast approaching, which means that the sound of air conditioners turning on will be heard all across the state of Georgia. As you know, owning a great air conditioner is nothing short of a necessity, so if you have not yet scheduled your springtime air conditioning inspection and maintenance services, now is the perfect time to do so.

Annual tune-ups are a key component in ensuring the long and successful service life of your air conditioner, so it is important that you don’t skip out. And in case you are not yet convinced, we have listed just some of the many reasons why you should schedule your air conditioning maintenance in Savannah, GA today. Keep reading to find out more! 

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3 Common Causes of AC Repair

Monday, June 11th, 2018

technician working on air conditionerWith temperatures already approaching the 100° threshold, there is no denying that summer is well on its way, and when it gets here you’ll want an air conditioning system that functions as efficiently and effectively as it should, all season long. This means if your cooling system is struggling to do its job, it’s time to call in the pros and determine if you need AC repair in Savannah, GA.

But what can you expect when our service professionals come out? Well, it will depend on what exactly is wrong with your air conditioner. For instance, if it’s blowing out air but that air doesn’t actually feel cool, then you might have a refrigerant leak. Or, if it’s making strange and unfamiliar sounds, you might have a loose component in the system. Keep reading to learn more about these repair needs and more.

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Do You Need AC Repair or Replacement?

Monday, October 2nd, 2017

AC-repair-technicianWe know that every time we show up to fix a home air conditioning system, residents are crossing their fingers, hoping that this problem will only require a quick repair. Of course, we’ll do our best to complete any AC repair in a timely manner, but our main focus is on an accurate diagnosis and a thorough repair. However, there is the possibility that your air conditioner will need replacement.

While you hope the time hasn’t come yet, this may be good news! A new air conditioner will run more reliably and more efficiently. With time, you may actually save money since you won’t have to worry about so many system breakdowns or such high energy bills. To help you decide whether you need an AC repair or a brand new system, we’ve provided some information. However, you should always call a technician to know for sure.

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Habits That Can Ruin Your Air Conditioner

Monday, September 18th, 2017

dumped-destroyed-air-conditionersWhen it comes to the condition of the larger appliances and systems in your home—the electrical wiring, the plumbing, and the air conditioner, for example—it may seem as though caring for them is out of your control. For the most part, these systems are installed during construction and replaced or repaired once someone runs into trouble. But this is a costly way of thinking of many of these systems.

Let’s take your air conditioner, for example. It may seem as though your job when it comes to air conditioning is simple. You turn on the thermostat when you need it and turn it off when you don’t. But even this daily habit may be slowly destroying your air conditioner and costing you more!

Find out which daily habits may be ruining the condition of your AC system in today’s post.

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AC Short Cycling: What Does It Mean?

Monday, September 4th, 2017

AC-in-grassSome problems with an air conditioning system leave you rushing to call in a technician ASAP, like when it only blows out warm air or when it’s completely broken down. Others are more subtle, like when the temperature only drops slightly. Today, we want to focus on an AC problem that often doesn’t set off any alarms.

Short cycling is when an air conditioner runs in brief spurts over and over. It may run for long enough to cool off the home—somewhat. However, it’s going to cause some major problems for your air conditioner.

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5 Common AC Repairs

Monday, August 21st, 2017

technicians-assess-air-conditionerAs air conditioning technicians who specialize in protecting AC systems, we feel a duty to help you understand more about the types of problems air conditioners face. You don’t have to know how to fix it; in fact, that could end up making a problem a lot worse without the proper experience. We simply thing you should know about the complex situations that come up from day-to-day, in order to see the importance of fixing AC problems ASAP.

For more information, or to schedule your AC repair today, call our friendly team. We are happy to help.

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