Climate Mechanics LLC Blog: Posts Tagged ‘AC Repair’

Why Does My AC Keep Shutting Down So Quickly?

Monday, July 23rd, 2018

woman-with-fanDang, my AC has shut down again. That’s annoying. Oh well, it will start back up in a minute, no big deal.

If you find yourself experiencing this particular issue when cooling your home, do not downplay it and write it off as nothing more than a minor annoyance. The problem has a name—short cycling—and it is far more serious than many homeowners seem to realize. There are quite a few reasons why you may experience this problem.

We are not alarmists, but we also have a responsibility to our customers. That includes ensuring that they understand just what is at stake when faced with any particular problem. Not every issue leading to short cycling has the potential to do serious damage to your air conditioner, though at least one poses a serious threat. And, whatever the precise cause of the problem, short cycling itself will do damage over time. Here’s why you may need professional air conditioning service.

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Why Is My AC Leaking Water?

Monday, July 9th, 2018

man-with-fanIn our last post, we talked about refrigerant leaks and why they are such a problem. We’ve previously discussed the (unfortunately pervasive) issue of leaky ductwork on our blog. Today, we are going to talk about a different type of leak in your AC. The water leak! Confused? If so, then you have every right to be. After all, you may well know that your air conditioner does not actually use any water in its operation, and it does not have a water supply piped to it.

Does this mean that you are imagining the sight of water surrounding your indoor unit (or the feeling of wet socks on your feet!)? Of course not. It does mean, however, that this is not really a “water leak” in the way that you are thinking of it. Fortunately for you, our Pennsauken, NJ HVAC pros are here to shed some light on the matter. Be sure to contact a member of our team with any questions that you may have, or if AC repairs are ever needed.

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Why Is a Refrigerant Leak So Serious?

Monday, June 25th, 2018

temperature-guageNew Jersey may not be as closely associated with truly oppressive heat as, say, Arizona or Florida. But that definitely does not mean that you can try and eek by without a great air conditioning system in place. When summer does strike here in Cherry Hill, NJ, it can strike pretty hard. The last thing that you want to do is to realize that your air conditioner is just not up to the task of cooling down your home effectively or reliably, which is why prompt air conditioning repair is always best.

Now, there are a number of different reasons as to why your air conditioning system may fail to live up to your deservedly high expectations. Some problems you can resolve on your own, like if your air filter is very dirty and is restricting airflow. Others, like leaky ductwork, will need to be diagnosed and resolved professionally. There is one AC problem that really threatens to damage your system, potentially beyond repair, and that is the refrigerant leak.

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Can You Spot the Signs of Air Conditioning Trouble?

Monday, May 14th, 2018

AC-techncian-outdoorsIf not, then this is the post for you! Catching air conditioning problems early on and having them resolved in a prompt manner is always in your best interest—not to mention that of your air conditioner. The longer problems are allowed to fester, even if you think that they are too “minor” to worry about right away, the greater the chance that you are going to wind up with more serious, more damaging, and more costly problems shortly down the road.

So today, we are going to share with you some common signs that you are in need of air conditioning repairs in Cherry Hill, NJ. If and when you notice any of these warning signs in your home with your system, contact us right away. The last thing that you want is to invite serious problems into your home just because you had more pressing issues to deal with—or because you failed to recognize the warning signs at all!

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