Tempe AC Maintenance. Avoid Common AC Repair Problems

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Summer may be on its last legs, and your AC may have been overworked over the previous few months.

However, the weather can still be warm, yet it will change and begin getting cooler.

You may not be relying on your Tempe air conditioning unit as much, yet there are more parts to an HVAC system than merely cooling.

The primary goal is to maintain a comfortable indoor climate throughout the year, and when the cooling season ends, you may expect cooler evenings.

It is not unusual to run into issues because of this stationary state. These are some potential reasons why your system might not be performing at its best and why it makes sense to get ready your Tempe AC maintenance company.


Clogged air filter: 

Is your cooling system working overtime to keep your house at the ideal temperature? Your system may perform less than adequate if the air filter in your unit builds up dirt and dust.

According to experts from Rescue One Air, the filter should be inspected monthly and changed as needed, ideally every three months.


Low refrigerant levels/refrigerant leaks: 

Every unit is built to exact standards for a refrigerant charge. Your system won't function properly if it isn't ultimately charged. Leaks of refrigerants can also be problematic.

A specialist from Rescue One Air can correctly charge your unit to its maximum capacity and check for leaks.


Drainage problems: 

Your unit can have a blocked drain, or a poorly placed drainage pan. One of our skilled Tempe AC maintenance professionals can clear a clogged drain by flushing it or realign the pan by placing it correctly.


Electrical/Sensor Problems: 

Electrical fan, compressor, and thermostat controls can all experience typical wear and tear. However, your expert can quickly replace the parts after a simple diagnosis, restoring your system's full functionality.


Blocked airflow: 

Your system might have a clogged air intake that impacts the airflow, even though you might not know it. First, look around your outside appliance to see debris, such as overgrown bushes, grass, or leaves.


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Although a trained HVAC technician may resolve these issues quickly, it is never advisable to repair the unit yourself.

This could cause further harm to your device and, if you have a manufacturer's warranty, could void it. The most straightforward approach to avoid these issues is routine maintenance, typically carried out twice a year, in the spring and fall.

For quality maintenance and repair, Contact Rescue One Air to schedule maintenance or find out more about the best AC maintenance to give you the best indoor air quality possible.

You can check out our customer reviews or browse through the Rescue One Air video library to see our AC repair crews in action for further information.


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