How to Know It May Be Time for Air Conditioner Service

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The heat this time of year will make anyone grateful for their meticulous, dependable air conditioner for keeping them sweat-free. The relief you feel entering a cool home from being outside in a scorching summer day can’t be beat. There are a number of reasons you may walk in one day and find that your AC isn’t functioning as it used to. Occasionally, it’s simply too hot outside for your air conditioner to keep up (this could be a sizing deficiency), or maybe your filter has become clogged, your thermostat may be the issue or perhaps your coils are filthy.

An AC that isn’t keeping you cool may also be running down on refrigerant. If this is the issue, there are a few tell-tale clues you can be on the look-out for to hint it is time to call in the experts at Comfort Zone Inc in Cape Coral for air conditioner service.

Increase in Utility Bills

If you’ve noticed an increase in your utility bills, that is a possible sign of low refrigerant. Your air conditioner will work harder and longer attempting to cool your home if it is lacking refrigerant. This will bring a clear increase in your recurring bills.

Your Home Isn't Cool

If you’re finding that your air conditioner isn’t maintaining the temperature set on the thermostat or that it’s taking longer to cool things down, you’ll want to have your system inspected at by a professional. A technician will be able to address the problem that’s going on with your unit and get you cooled down in a snap.

Ice Buildup or Water

A positive sign of trouble is noticing any ice on your outdoor AC unit. Low refrigerant will cause your unit’s evaporator coil to get too cold, which can cause the moisture around your refrigerant line to freeze. A frozen compressor line could lead to compressor damage, which is a costly repair. It’s a good idea to call an expert at the first sign of ice or water.

If any of these symptoms of low refrigerant are occurring with your air conditioner is an important to call in a pro to get things looked at and fixed before it leads to a major breakdown. The experts at Comfort Zone Inc in Cape Coral are here to help keep you cool this summer. Give us a call at 239-214-0411.

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