Rectify Steamy Situations
New Hampshire homeowners handle summer’s sweltering months with some form of air cooling system, usually central air conditioning or a heat pump. Both systems use compressed refrigerant to gather heat from inside your residence as air passes over a coil in the air handler and moves it to the outside. They’re actually cooling your home by removing heat energy. An air conditioner is an intricate system with many parts, including a compressor, fan, condenser coil, evaporator coil and refrigerant. Central air conditioning systems also include an outdoor compressor, indoor air handler and duct work. That’s a lot of moving parts that could break at any time.
Tackling central AC repairs is daunting unless you’re an engineer versed in HVAC design—or one of Proactive Comfort’s highly trained cooling technicians. Regardless of make and model, we take the mystery out of air conditioner repairs for our customers in Manchester, Nashua and surrounding communities. Just as importantly, we’ll provide you with an upfront financial assessment of our AC repairs diagnosis so you can make an informed decision on a course of action. There are no hidden costs with our professional central AC repairs.
Warning Signs of Upcoming AC Repairs
So what can go awry with your air conditioner system? According to the federal government’s energy website, here are some signs you’re probably headed for AC repairs:
- Unit isn’t cooling properly. This could be caused by low or leaking refrigerant, a thermostat malfunction, clogged outside drainage or dirty air filter.
- Unit isn’t turning on. The compressor and fan controls could be worn out from overuse or the thermostat might require new batteries or must be replaced.
- Limited airflow. Air ducts could be leaking or clogged or the air filter is dirty and restricting the ability to cool the air.
- Unit is making loud noises or vibrating. These are signs AC repairs should be addressed ASAP.
Contact Proactive Comfort to take the lead and perform these important AC repairs. Leave it to our licensed air conditioner repair pros to solve refrigerant and electrical problems. These central AC repairs aren’t something you do by watching a YouTube video. Switching out dirty air filters, yes; replacing refrigerant or compressor switches, no. Consider extending the life of your central air system by enrolling in our Proactive Membership program.