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1 - Your Air conditioner is blowing warm air

An air conditioner has a specific job to do, and that is to keep your family comfortable during the hot and muggy South Florida summer months. During the sweltering months of the year, you need an air conditioner to function properly. However, if it fails to blow out refreshingly cold air and blows out warm air instead, contact a Williamson AC technician for assistance. 

2 - The ac thermostat is not working properly

Your air conditioners' thermostat is the command center of the system. The thermostat communicates with the AC, letting it know the amount of cold air it must generate. Also, it takes measurements to ensure it is doing its job. If your air conditioning unit runs for small periods of time prior to shutting itself off, or if it won’t turn on altogether, this can be an indication that the thermostat is not working properly. Contact us immediately to get your thermostat replaced with one more efficient and modern.

3 - very little or no air is blowing out of the vents

Similar to the warm air problem is an issue with weak air flow. You may feel cool air when you turn your air conditioner on, but it is coming out very faint, making it impossible to circulate through the room. In many cases, this is an indication of a failing compressor, but it may also be a sign of an issue with the ducts. Due to the uncertainty of this issue, it is best to contact a Williamson AC technician for a tune-up. A professional has the necessary knowledge and experience to ensure there are no bigger issues waiting in the future.

4 - your a/c is making loud noises 

While the AC is on, if you hear grinding, squealing, or scraping, a problem with a belt moving out of place may be occurring inside the unit. Contact an HVAC expert as soon as possible to avoid costly damage to other parts as well.

5 - There is a strange odor when ac turns on

Your air conditioning unit is not supposed to smell bad. If it does, there is a problem. In this situation, a strong smell may indicate a burned-out wire inside, while a musty smell may indicate there is mold somewhere inside the unit or the ductwork. It is vital that one of our professionals diagnose this issue ASAP because this can cause you and your family to get sick. Do not wait to contact Williamson AC immediately.

6 - my home feels humid inside. why?

One of the jobs of an air conditioner is reducing the amount of humidity inside your house. Even in low humidity climate, the air maintains a small amount of moisture. If you begin to notice some humidity inside your house while the air conditioner is running, the unit may need repair.

7 - im having reoccurring issues with my a/c

If your A/C/ unit has required maintenance and repair multiple times in a small amount of time, your unit might need to be replaced. Modern air conditioners can last between 15–20 years, and older air conditioners last around 10–12 years. The health and efficiency of your A/C depends on a number of factors, including whether you or the previous owner properly maintained the unit throughout its lifetime. 

8 - freon or water leaks around the a/c unit

Any moisture leaking in or around your AC system is a problem. This can be an indication of a refrigerant leak. Due to Freon being poisonous, contact a professional immediately. However, in less serious cases, this moisture may be water from a broken or blocked tube that disposes of condensation. This issue may exhibit itself in more than one way. In some cases, you will notice water leaking out of the HVAC system; while other times, ice may develop inside your AC unit on the copper refrigerant lines located outside the condenser. Either way, this is a warning sign that you should contact an HVAC specialist.

9 - my electric bill is rising or is now high

Another indication that your AC system is in need of replacement or repair is an energy bill that quickly rises up without extra usage. The cause of this problem may be one of many including a broken thermostat switch, leaks in your HVAC system’s ductwork, or the elevated age of the air conditioning unit. Regardless of the cause, your unit will need repair.

10 - frozen evaporator coil

The evaporator coil freezes when your air conditioner does not receive sufficient air needed for operation. A frozen evaporator coil can make your AC freeze up and stop working. Blocked vents and ducts, dirty filters, or a faulty fan can cause insufficient airflow in the system. A clean air filter is important to maximize airflow and indoor air quality.

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