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Signs It's Time to Call a Professional to Repair Your HVAC System

Last updated 6 years ago

When the weather gets hot in San Antonio, air conditioning is a necessity. You expect your HVAC system to be working when you get back to your house, and the best way to make sure your system stays in good working order is to keep your HVAC in good repair, which will also save you money.

These signs indicate that it's time to call a professional about repairing your HVAC system.

Constant Operation

If your air conditioner seems to be running all the time, even when you haven’t recently lowered the temperature, then your air conditioner isn't running very efficiently, essentially be working harder than necessary to produce warmer air. Air conditioners that are constantly working probably have clogged vents and filters or worn-out motors, and should be serviced before the peak season.

Poor Cooling

Some signs of inefficiency would be its running very loudly or a general inability to produce cool air. If your home feels warm no matter how hard the AC is running, you are probably due for repair. Poor cooling and low airflow provide very little escape from the heat—there’s no reason to pay to operate a machine that isn’t doing anything.

Leaking Fluids

A sure-fire sign that it's time for repair is when your HVAC is leaking fluids, such as refrigerant or water, or if ice is forming on the unit! If you witness these systems, call your HVAC specialists immediately.

At Jon Wayne Heating and Air Conditioning, we'll get your HVAC system running just the way it's supposed to. Our technicians are NATE certified and provide fast, same day service. To get a free quote give us a call at (210) 591-7847 or visit our website.

 

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