Envirotech Air Quality Services Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Air Conditioning Repair’

5 Spooky Sounds Your AC Might Make

Monday, October 19th, 2020

As we get deeper into the month of October and a little closer to Halloween, it makes sense that things around the home might seem a little…spookier than they did before. Suddenly those random noises that you hear in your home go from being something you brush off to something that might come across a little more otherworldly.

We are happy to be the ones to tell you that there is more than those sounds are more than likely caused by something normal. To be specific, strange noises in your home may very well be caused by a need for air conditioning repair in West Palm Beach, FL. But which noises can you attribute to a finicky AC unit? We’ve listed the most common ones here for you so that you know when to contact us rather than your local priest.

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Does My Heat Pump Need a Tune-Up?

Monday, November 4th, 2019

heat-pump-being-adjusted-by-technicianYou rely on your heat pump year-round but more often than not you use it to keep your home cool and comfortable for the many warm days that we enjoy here in West Palm Beach. Those convenient air handlers help you to save money and manage the temperature inside your house without taking up too much space.

At the end of the day, you really should appreciate all the hard work your heat pump does because without it you would be sweating your days away in discomfort. And it even helps keep you warm when the air outside gets a little cooler than normal.

Because your heat pump helps keep you comfortable it is worth it to ensure that this system stays in good working order. The question is, how do you know when it is time for a tune-up?

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5 Signs You Need AC Repairs Now

Monday, September 23rd, 2019

vent-register-on-wallLet’s face it: the fall season does not mean your air conditioner will be turning off anytime soon. Florida tends to enjoy keeping the climate warm and humid year-round, which is why your cooling system sees a lot more action than your heating system.

Because your AC tends to take on more work, it also sustains more wear and tear. Especially with the risk of thunderstorms and continued high heat on the horizon, you will want to make sure that your equipment is in peak working order, keeping your home dry and cool.

Before your air conditioner gives out when you need it the most, you should determine if it might be time for a repair.

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Is Your Heat Pump Struggling?

Monday, June 17th, 2019

heating-and-cooling-vent-high-on-wallIf you have a heat pump system, it likely spends the majority of its time in “cooling mode.” That’s understandable, but it’s important that you remember what this much demand on a mechanical system means. Summertime is the most stressful time of year for your heat pump, which means even more here, where it’s pretty much always hot.

Now is the most likely time for problems to occur, but if you are able to identify any heat pump problems before they grow worse, you can potentially avoid a sudden breakdown. Keep reading for some of the signs that your heat pump needs repair:

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Ductless Systems Have These Unique Service Needs

Monday, May 20th, 2019

technician-working-on-ductless-air-handler

Are you using one of the most popular and highly efficient HVAC systems on the market today? That is, are you utilizing a ductless heat pump?

Instead of operating through a system of ductwork connected to an indoor air handler and evaporator unit, ductless systems essentially break up the indoor unit and blower fans to distribute conditioned air throughout the living space via mini air handlers mounted on the walls.

If you already have a ductless system in place, then you know this. If you’re considering purchasing one, great! We do want you to make an educated choice, however, and this means looking at all aspect of ductless units, including their unique service requirements. Just like any other type of HVAC system, ductless systems can experience problems. But sometimes their repair needs can be a bit different than a traditional air conditioner, heat pump, or furnace.

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Is Your Air Conditioner Malfunctioning?

Monday, April 8th, 2019

outdoor-air-conditioner-unitSummer may not be here yet, but for homeowners in our area, summer is practically all year long. This means your air conditioner goes through a lot of work, and you should be keeping a close eye on the operation of this system to make sure no problems arise.

Summer is the number one time of the year for AC problems to develop in our area. So if you want yours to stay in top shape, you should keep a sharp eye out for warning signs that your system is in bad shape. The faster you can identify that your air conditioner is having problems, the faster you can get it repaired and the better off you’ll be. Take a look at some of the signs that your AC system needs to be repaired right away:

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There’s No Bad Time to Schedule Air Conditioning Repairs

Monday, February 25th, 2019

air-conditioning-technician-working-on-air-conditionerWith temperatures staying relatively cool for now, you may not be using your air conditioner on a 24/7 basis. Therefore, if it’s shown any signs of disrepair, you’re probably tempted to wait. But soon enough those temperatures will rise again, and the last thing you need is to be stuck with a completely broken-down AC system when you need it the most. So why wait? Now is as good a time of any to take care of your air conditioning repair needs.

Of course, in order to do this, you need to know you have AC repair needs in the first place, right? Keep reading to learn some of the most common signs that you have an air conditioner in need, and contact our team when you’re ready to schedule service.

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Is Your AC in Need of One of These Repairs?

Monday, July 2nd, 2018

HVAC technician working on outdoor unit of an air conditionerSummer is officially here, but for us, it may feel like it never really left. Your air conditioner has already been working hard so far this year, and if you want it to continue to do so effectively and efficiently, it’s important to keep up on your AC maintenance sessions as well as your West Palm Beach, FL air conditioning repair needs, as they crop up.

Neglecting repairs can lead to a domino effect, with the affected component causing other components to wear down or break down, until eventually your whole air conditioner fails. This is why it’s so important to tackle repairs as needed, and to know what signs to look for that indicate you need repairs to begin with. What repair needs should you be on the lookout for?

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Can a Ceiling Fan Really Help with AC Efficiency?

Monday, May 7th, 2018

wooden ceiling fan on grey ceilingWe know you may be wondering how a ceiling fan can possibly help cool you off at all when temperatures are already soaring over 80°F and humidity levels are at a point that you need your dehumidifier running on a daily basis. Chances are, you’re running your air conditioner just as often.

But what if there was a simple way you could possibly reduce your chances of needing a premature air conditioning repair in Boynton Beach, FL, and boosting your AC efficiency? A professionally installed ceiling fan can do the trick! Keep in mind, ceiling fans also have the potential to hurt your energy usage, if not used the right way—which we’ll get to later on in this post.

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Signs of a Failing Cooling System

Monday, April 23rd, 2018

technician's hands working on ac unitAs much as we would like it to be the case, no machine or appliance lasts forever, no matter how well it’s made or cared for. Your air conditioning system is no exception. It has a limited lifespan and when it reaches the end of it, it’s a good idea to have the system replaced before it completely breaks down on you.

Plus, those repairs may prove to be worthless if you discover you need a new system altogether.

Our team is happy to conduct an inspection and help you determine if your air conditioning system is on its last legs. This way, you can schedule a replacement at your convenience, preventing an emergency loss of cooling.

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