Common System Issues: Loud, Leaking Systems & More
The most common air conditioning issues, include:
System Failure – If your unit fails to work, first check the thermostat batteries. If the batteries are working, make sure that your thermostat is set to cooling or heat mode and at your desired temperature. If your system still isn’t working, it is best to contact a professional to diagnose and repair the issues.
Blowing Warm Air – When a system is in cooling mode do you feel warm air coming out of your vents instead of nice, cool air conditioning? First, make sure your thermostat is set correctly. Check your air filter to make sure it is not clogged and blocking airflow. If both of these things are in proper working order, there could be a bigger issue with your air conditioning system. Since there are a variety of parts and functions within your air conditioning unit, an expert would need to inspect and repair the problem.
Leaky Air Conditioning – Whether the leak is inside or outside of your home, it is not a good sign. A leaky air conditioner could be a sign of a dirty air filter, your refrigerant leaking and becoming low within the system, or another internal issue. Leaky air conditioners can affect the way your system functions, potentially lowering the efficiency, unevenly cooling your home, or damaging the compressor. Leaks can lead to more damaging issues down the road so it is important to get them checked out right away.
Freezing Up – HVACsystems can freeze up for a variety of reasons – inefficient airflow, low coolant levels, problems with your blower motor, etc. Regardless of the reasoning, your unit freezing up means that it can no longer supply your home with cool air. This means you and your family are in for some warm, sticky air in your home until it unfreezes and is repaired. Leaving this unattended can also lead to water damaged to the unit and even your home.
Unusual Noises – Hissing, banging, grinding, or clicking noises are all bad signs. Thumping noises could signal a problem with your blower motor. Screeching can be a sign your compressor or fan is malfunctioning. Buzzing is generally a sign of faulty electrical. No matter what the sound, it is a sign that there is a problem with your unit.
If you have noticed any of the above issues with your air conditioning systems, count on Browning Heating & Air Conditioning LLCfor expert repair and service. Our skilled technicians have the knowledge and experience to quickly identify your problem and efficiently repair it so you and your family can continue to be cool in the warm Florida heat. For more information, please don’t hesitate to contact us today! Our AC repair and services extend to homeowners throughout the Gainesville, FL area.
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