Comfy Heating & Air Conditioning Inc. Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Air Conditioning Services’

Signs It’s Time to Consider AC Replacement

Monday, June 24th, 2019

old-air-conditionerSummer is officially here! While it’s been unseasonably cool in recent months—save a real quick heat wave a couple of weeks ago—we will soon enough be using our air conditioners on a daily basis.

So, is yours up to the job of keeping you cool all summer long? If you’re doubtful, then now is the time to consider if you’d benefit from an air conditioner upgrade, rather than waiting for it to break down completely in the middle of summer (and therefore needing to suddenly replace it in the middle of a baking hot day).

We don’t want you to be without your air conditioner any longer than you need to be during the hottest time of the year. Read on for some signs that it is probably time to replace your AC, and give us a call to schedule installation.

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Don’t Neglect These Noises From Your AC!

Monday, May 27th, 2019

woman-covering-her-ears-on-white-backgroundIt may be fairly easy to understand why, but summer is the most likely season for air conditioners to develop problems. Sure, we may have a spring or fall heat wave that requires AC use for a week or two, but the time of the year that our cooling systems get the most use is definitely summer, and therefore it’s more likely for various parts to begin breaking down then.

It’s vital that you have your air conditioner checked out by a professional if you notice any signs of disrepair, and preventing these issues is possible with routine maintenance. If you haven’t scheduled your tune-up yet this year, now is the time!

In the meantime, it’s always a good idea to know what kind of noises indicate a problem with your air conditioner, and what subsequent repair needs you may be facing as a result.

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Should I Be Changing My Air Conditioner’s Filter Now?

Tuesday, September 6th, 2016

The air filter that comes standard with your HVAC system is there to protect the interior of the unit from dust, dirt, and other debris that may enter it. Without routinely swapping out clogged filters, your cooling system will begin to lose energy efficiency, and its components will start to deteriorate. It can also cause ice to begin forming along the evaporator coil—which despite common belief is not normal.

But how do you know when you should change the air filter? The short answer is “it depends.” Less expensive filters require changing more often than their more expensive counterparts due to how they’re made, for example. Keep reading to learn more.

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