There’s nothing Texans are more accustomed to than the Texas heat, right?
But when the AC stops working properly, or altogether, the heat can become too much to bear. But don’t sweat over the potential cost to replace your air conditioning system. Instead, schedule a checkup as soon as you notice any of the symptoms below and let our HVAC experts consult on whether you should repair or replace your air conditioning system.
Get the cold air blowing again and keep your family safe with a professional HVAC technician from Moss Heating | Cooling.
AC system on the fritz in the Dallas-Fort Worth area? Give us a call today!
It doesn’t always require a major repair or replacement to get your home back to a comfortable temperature. In fact, a fresh set of batteries may do the trick.
However, if that doesn’t work, call in a HVAC company. They can determine whether you need to recalibrate the thermostat, or if there’s a larger underlying issue and you need to repair or replace the air conditioning system.
There’s nothing worse than a blast of warm air when you’re trying to cool down from the Texas heat. Depending on the specific cause of the issue, an HVAC technician will let you know if you’ll be able to repair your air conditioning system without a full replacement.
Bubbling, buzzing, hissing, clicking, and screeching from your air conditioner are all signs that something is off. As with most HVAC repairs, putting them off only adds to the cost. Avoid an unnecessary early system replacement and have it checked out right away.
Don’t let a simple repair turn into something major. Contact Moss today.
Bad odors are most often not a cause for an air conditioner replacement, but the unwanted smells are often the biggest catalyst to get people to ask if they should repair or replace their air conditioning system. There are a few common reasons for unusual smells to come from your air conditioner, including:
Water leaks from HVAC units may lead to damaged floors, sheetrock, and more. However, the problem is usually caused by a condensate drain line clog. This is usually a pretty easy fix, so contact your HVAC specialist for a repair before structural damage to your home occurs.
If the air is cold but the flow is weak, it could be from a number of factors, including:
An AC specialist can likely get oomph back into your airflow in one quick appointment, so don’t be too concerned that weak air flow will automatically require air conditioning replacement.
HVAC systems don’t work forever. Eventually, you will need a replacement. But the symptoms you're seeing, hearing, or smelling now may have a simple, low-cost solution.
If you’re wondering if you should repair or replace your air conditioning system, contact the Moss Heating & Cooling pros today to determine the most efficient way forward.