Air Conditioning: Common Problems and Solutions


Your air conditioning unit is a very important appliance at home to give you cool and comfortable in the hit of blazing temperatures, so having a malfunctioning or completely not working AC is really a disaster most especially if we suddenly experience it without warning. While most HVAC problems need the knowledge and expertise of a professional, there are warning signs that your AC would show an indication that there is something wrong with it. Allow us to share with you some common signs of impending AC major problems.

It is possible that your air conditioning unit needs recharging of refrigerant, a chemical to help cool the air, if your AC seems not to blow cold air. An air conditioning unit don't really need refrigerant recharging in its lifetime, but if there are leaks, the level may decline, so leaks must be fixed and refrigerant must be recharged. Good Comfort Conditioning services would thoroughly rule out the location of the leak and have it repaired because simply having the AC refrigerant recharges is only a short-term solution. The condensation process of your AC condenser takes hot gaseous vapors and cools turning it into liquid. The heat is then moved through the coils which are released into the air, so if the condenser is not running, your air conditioning unit will not provide the right cool as it used to be. It is best to inspect your AC thermostat before you start ripping your air conditioner apart, to make sure it is turned on, and set the temperature lower than the room temperature. If adjustment of the thermostat does not resolve the problem, find out if there is debris that may be blocking the AC condenser. Since your air conditioning unit's condenser is located outside, sticks, leaves, rocks, and other types of debris may get inside the cabinet causing damage of components, so it is important to clean the condenser to help resolve the problem. While it is true that you can DIY cleaning your condenser unit, it is best to leave it to a real HVAC technician most especially if you don't have a basic knowledge of HVAC inner workings.

A dirty air filter may cause the repeated shutting on and off of your air conditioning unit because air flow is restricted, so you need to clean the air filter. After removing the air filter, clean it with a soapy water or by vacuuming, then it the air filter dry thoroughly before you put back in. Some air conditioning inits capture moisture, causing the water tank to fill up, and this causes shutting on and off that can be resolved by simply emptying the water tank. It is important to call ac repair gilbert specialist right away if you  smell strange odors and hear strange sounds  because these are telltale signs of major AC problems.

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