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3 Common Air Conditioning Repairs You Might Have To Make

Air conditioning systems are a staple for many homeowners during the sweltering summer months. They couldn't do without them. Not only does an air conditioner keep the home cool, but it also helps to keep the humidity down as well. While you expect your unit to work when you turn it on, there comes a time when you are going to have to do some maintenance on it as well. Ignoring an air conditioning repair is only going to make matters worse for you down the road. Here are some of the common repairs you might have to deal with along the way.

Water leaks.

Anytime you notice the indoor air handler leaking water, you need to have someone look at it. The problem might be caused by your drain pan, which holds onto all of the water that is produced when your unit works to cool your home. It might be that the water is overflowing because there is an issue with it draining properly from the pain and out of the unit. Another issue might lie with the blower motor. Either way, you need to have someone fix it to avoid additional problems with your unit.

Low coolant levels.

If your system is in peak operating condition, the coolant levels are going to remain steady. However, a corroded pipe or damaged coil could end up causing your coolant to leak out of your unit. If the coolant levels start to drop, your system isn't going to be able to cool the home properly. It will overwork itself, thus increasing your energy bills and causing additional repairs. Your system needs the coolant to operate properly, so you need to have a technician figure out the source of the leak and fix it right away.

Compressor failure.

The compressor in your air conditioning unit should stay working for quite some time, provided you have the right size unit for your home. However, dirt and debris can build up on that compressor and restrict its airflow. If that happens, your compressor won't be able to breathe and will essentially end up overheating. Once your compressor gets too hot, it will end up shutting down your system. Get it checked out right away to prevent additional damage from occurring.

While these are only three common repairs you might have to deal with in your AC and heating products, they shouldn't be ignored. Spend time making sure to get them fixed to prevent additional problems. 

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When we bought our house, we had a home warranty that was good for one year. One of the first things that had to get taken care of was the air conditioner. Before we had the HVAC contractor come out, we made sure filters were changed and other basic maintenance was taken care of. The HVAC contractor that the insurance company sent out replaced the compressor and our AC is working fine now so we're glad that we did it when we did, especially because he found a major mistake in our system. You don't want to wait long when the AC goes out on a hot summer day. This blog is here to make sure you get the help you need.