The middle of summer is just about the worst time to have your air conditioner start to malfunction. But that tends to be the time when it’s most likely to happen. The added strain on the system due to increased demand makes it more likely for parts to fail. One of the first signs that an air conditioner is malfunctioning in some way is a noticeable decline in output. If your air conditioner seems to be having trouble putting out enough cool air, there could be a couple of different reasons for it. Let’s have a look at some of those reasons below.
Comfy Heating & Air Conditioning Inc. Blog: Archive for August, 2017
Your AC system is one of those appliances in your home that truly gets put to the test—especially during the scorching summers we experience. With high temperatures and occasional humidity added on top of that, we rely heavily on these systems for our comfort. That being said, if you’re in need of Pleasanton, CA air conditioning services, then we are the team to call.
One particular type of service call we get fairly often is in regards to reduced airflow. That is—air is coming out of your vents, and it’s cool, but it’s not as powerful as it once was or you think it should be. Sure, this may not seem like a huge deal at first, as long as your able to stay relatively cool, right? The problem is, it puts extra strain on your air conditioner, wearing it down much faster than normal. Additionally, neglecting the problem means that whatever is causing the issue will only get worse.