It is not uncommon for homeowners to fire up their air conditioning systems during the early days of the cooling season, only to find that their air conditioner is not performing at the level they recall. It is best to have any problems with your air conditioning system evaluated, diagnosed, and resolved before the real heat of summer is well under way. Putting off repair needs can lead to further complications down the line, and you’ll find that the further you get into the summer months, the busier technicians are. Familiarize yourself with the following information, and schedule air conditioning repairs in Salt Lake City, UT at the first sign of trouble from your AC. Contact Design Comfort today if you need to have your cooling system repaired.
- AC Does Not Cycle On/Off Properly: When temperatures reach a predetermined level in your home, your thermostat will call for your air conditioner to cycle on. If your system fails to turn on when that temperature is reached, then you need to schedule service immediately. An intermittent performance from your air conditioner will not allow you to live as comfortably as you ought to. This problem works both ways, though. If your AC does not turn off when the temperature is sufficiently cooled, then you are going to waste energy and dry out the air in your home. Let us determine why your AC is not cycling as it ought to.
- Exorbitant Cooling Costs: Even if your air conditioner is cooling your home effectively, there may be underlying problems causing it to do so with decreased efficiency levels. You need to cool your home thoroughly during the summer months, but you shouldn’t have to drain your budget in order to do so. You probably have a general idea of how much it costs too cool your home. If you find a shock when you open up your utility bill after putting your air conditioner back into action, contact us right away. A number of problems may account for this spike in cooling costs, and any one of those problems can lead to other issues before long.
- Strange Sounds During Operation: One mistake that homeowners often make is ignoring what they consider to be “minor” problems with their air conditioning systems. Even problems such as loud, unfamiliar noises during operation, though, can prove to be quite serious. Slipped fan belts and debris in your outdoor unit may not spell disaster for your AC system immediately. Any system compromised in such a fashion can suffer further issues, though, if these problems are not dealt with in a timely fashion. Give us a call today if you are at all concerned about your residential cooling system.