Carolina Climate Control Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Air Conditioning System Repair’

4 Common AC Repair Needs

Monday, May 13th, 2024

Some air conditioning repair needs are more common than others. It is important to be aware of common AC needs so that if the signs of these problems pop up, you can call for service sooner rather than later. After all, acting fast is the difference between having a cheaper and easier repair to make or a more involved one that has the potential to leave lasting damage.

When you suspect that you need AC repair in Greenville, SC, give us a call to schedule your appointment. We can check out your air conditioner and address any potential problems to get your AC working like normal again. You can keep reading to learn more about four common AC repair needs and the early signs of each one.

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Avoid Unwanted AC Troubles This Year With Our Help

Monday, March 18th, 2024

We don’t want you to have to need to call us for AC repair in Greenville, SC during the summer. We’re always happy to help our customers with repairs, but we also want our customers to get the best performance from their air conditioning systems and not get trapped in cooling emergencies. The good news is, there are ways you can avoid running into AC problems in the coming summer.

So, How Can We Help?

Glad you asked! Let’s go over some of the best ways we can help you avoid problems with home cooling this year.

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Why Is Water Leaking From My Air Conditioner?

Monday, August 7th, 2023

When your air conditioner is running, you may occasionally hear the sounds of water dripping inside it. This is a normal sound to hear: it’s condensate moisture from the cooling process getting moved out of the AC. Like any part of an air conditioner, the condensate drainage system can malfunction and lead to water leaking out of the unit.

If you see water pooling around your HVAC cabinet indoors, you’ll want to have the problem corrected as soon as possible with professional AC repair in Greenville, SC. Leaving this unaddressed not only threatens parts of your home with water damage, it can cause the air conditioner to shut off, lose efficiency, and become damaged.

What can go wrong that will lead to these water leaks? We’ll look at the causes more below.

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Rattle, Clang, Hiss: Warning Sounds From Your AC

Monday, May 15th, 2023

As summer gets underway, it’s a good idea to know some of the ways that ACs can give us warnings they aren’t in the best condition. The easiest way to tell when an AC is malfunctioning is when it stops sending out cool air. But we want to help you get ahead of a “no cool” air conditioner if possible with some tips on warning signs you can watch for. Or, in the case of this post, listen for.

Strange sounds are one of the easiest ways to determine that you’ve got a cooling system that needs professional air conditioning repair in Greenville, SC. Anything that isn’t the standard sounds you hear from your AC—the whirring of fan blades, the hum of the compressor, the occasional drip of water, a few clicks as it shuts off—are reasons for concern. Below we’ll look over the most common warning sounds.

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Can I Do Any HVAC Repairs on My Own?

Monday, January 23rd, 2023

The simple answer to this question is “no.” If you are having troubles with your home’s heating system this winter, or with your air conditioning later in the year, there’s not much you can do to repair it unless you are a trained HVAC technician with the right equipment. Modern HVAC systems are complex and even attempting to diagnose what’s causing problems is difficult unless you’re specially trained. Attempting to make any type of repairs yourself risks the following:

  • Making the problem worse
  • Causing possibly irreversible damage to the HVAC system
  • Voiding the system’s warranty
  • Causing harm to yourself or others

We want to draw special attention to the last point: when it comes to gas-powered heaters like furnaces, it’s actually illegal for anyone without the proper certification to work on them. The potential for gas leaks and combustion hazards is simply too high. Don’t risk it!

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