The hot, humid Ball, LA, summers can take a toll on your air conditioning system. To keep your air conditioner running smoothly and effectively, it is recommended you have your air conditioning unit regularly checked by a certified HVAC technician. With Mackydo’s HVAC Services's annual maintenance services, you can extend the life of your air conditioner by many years.
Air conditioners are designed to operate under extreme conditions. However, even the most reliable air conditioning units can break down. You can help prevent breakdowns with a maintenance check and be alert to the following indicators of air conditioning problems.
If you hear your air conditioning unit short cycling or making loud noises, you may need repair. When an air conditioner does not run long enough to complete an entire cycle, it is short cycling, which wastes energy and may lead to comfort issues inside your home and higher utility bills. The excessively loud or unnerving noise signals a problem that requires professional attention. Call the experts at Mackydo’s HVAC Services, who can diagnose your air conditioning repair issues on the spot, quickly and efficiently.
Another indication of needed air conditioning repair is pooled water around the indoor or outdoor unit. This is most likely a sign the air conditioner is not running properly. Having a professional air conditioning repair technician look at your air conditioning unit can help you avoid further damage.
Unusual odors or strange smells coming from the air ducts or your air conditioning unit usually mean your unit needs a cleaning. A qualified air conditioning repair technician will know for sure.
If your air conditioning unit is not putting out cold air, has excessive humidity, or has low airflow, you will need an air conditioning repair expert to diagnose the issue.
Do not let an inefficient air conditioning unit make you or your wallet uncomfortable this summer. If you live or own a business in the Ball, LA area, contact Mackydo’s HVAC Services for quality air conditioning repairs and installations.