Reduced Cooling Output
Does your air conditioner no longer cool your home in an effective manner? Is it blowing warm air, or only cooling one section of your home satisfactorily? If your air conditioner used to cool your entire house evenly and reliably, then this decline in output should be taken very seriously. You may have a refrigerant leak, or problems with mechanized components such as fans. Whatever the issue may be, it is surely best to have it resolved as soon as possible, both for the sake of your comfort and for the condition of your system.
Increased Cooling Costs
What’s more frustrating than an inferior performance from your air conditioner? Paying more for it than you should for a great performance! This is what you may wind up doing, though, if your air conditioner is damaged and not repaired in a timely fashion. Don’t pay too much for too little comfort. Let us diagnose and repair any problems with your AC as soon as you discover them.
This one may seem a little strange, but odd sounds can often indicate that your AC is headed south. Grinding, whistling, banging, and other sounds that are out of the norm should all be evaluated by a trained professional. Don’t continue to run an AC after it tries to warn you that trouble is brewing.