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As a Hampton Roads’ homeowner, you may have already started utilizing your central air conditioning system, or your ductless mini-split AC system, to battle the warm weather that we’ve seen recently. If that sounds like you, would you say that your cooling equipment is keeping up with your needs, or is it falling behind?
If you notice any of these signs when using your home cooling system, you may be due for an air conditioning upgrade! Not only will an upgrade improve your air conditioning system’s cool coverage, but it’ll save you on utility costs as well!
No Cool Air
This probably won’t be difficult to notice! If you’re feeling warm air instead of cold air coming from your AC, your system could be out of refrigerant, or its compressor could be failing.
Poor Air Flow
While this could be caused by debris buildup or dirty filters, it can also be another sign of compressor failure and an impending breakdown.
Signs of Water Leakage
Any moisture found pooling up around your AC could be either water or refrigerant. Either way, get it checked out!
Squealing, grating and grinding sounds that are coming from your AC system will be more noticeable than the normal background sounds you’ve gotten used to.
High Utility Bills
Over time, AC system efficiency degrades. With that degradation, your utility costs will begin to increase – in spite of the fact that you use your AC as much as you did during the previous years.
If you notice any number of these issues, be sure to contact E.T. Lawson right away! With summer around the corner, the last thing you need is an air conditioning system on the brink of a break down. We’ll help you choose the perfect, modern, high-efficiency air conditioning system for your home; we’ll install the new system with expert precision; and we offer various ways to protect your equipment through our Air Conditioning Service Agreements. Contact us to learn more!