Gary Munson Heating & Air Conditioning Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Air Conditioner Repair’

Are You Dealing with a Short-Cycling AC?

Monday, August 24th, 2020

Short-cycling can be one of the worst problems to experience as a homeowner. It’s generally never a good thing to experience and the repairs for this kind of problem can sometimes get incredibly expensive. It’s up to the most vigilant homeowners and HVAC specialists to find the root of the problem and figure out a good plan forward that’s cost-effective.

Is this the first time you’ve heard of the term “short-cycling?” Then you’ve been lucky before now. We’re going to talk about what short-cycling is, how it can affect the cooling process, and what you can do about it. Your number one best resource for dealing with this kind of problem, and any other problem you’re experiencing with your AC system, is to call for air conditioning repair in Winter Park, FL.

Only with the help of pros can you really get long-term solutions that make you comfortable.

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What Happens If You Don’t Call for AC Repair?

Monday, July 13th, 2020
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There’s a problem that’s going around our community: homeowners who wait until the very last second to call for help with their struggling air conditioner. In these cases, as well as many others, the longer you wait the more problems you’re bound to endure, and we can’t accept that as your local HVAC service provider.

When it comes to air conditioning in Orlando, FL—quick repairs are vital. They’re the difference between an AC that still works and just needs inexpensive tweaks or a full system breakdown that requires replacement. Our air conditioners are working on full blast, day and night, through most of the summer. Do yourself and your wallet a favor and take a look at some of the reasons we have below to learn why you shouldn’t wait to call for AC repair.

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Common AC Repairs to Look For

Monday, June 1st, 2020
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Air conditioners have trouble all the time, but telling the difference between something like a refrigerant leak and a clogged filter is a bit more complicated. That’s where a professional technician can come into play. We’ve got the experience and the tools to boil these issues down to a science, finding the root of a problem and fixing it.

That being said, it couldn’t hurt to inform homeowners to the point where they can more accurately call us for help. Every problem has its source, and if a homeowner can provide us with the right details, as well as know what to expect when it comes to how expensive the repair will be, then the process of air conditioning repair in Winter Park, FL can be much smoother!

Keep reading and we’ll let you in on some of the more common AC problems we come across in our neck of the woods.

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4 Noises and What They Mean

Monday, May 4th, 2020
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Noises can mean everything in our day to day lives, and when it comes to air conditioners this is no exception. From our smoke alarms to our regular morning alarms, we rely on our ears to notify us when there’s something wrong. Alarms tend to be bells or high pitched noises because they better catch our attention and make us uncomfortable, which then prompts us to change something—whether that be getting out of bed or take the burning baked ziti out of the oven!

In regard to air conditioners, noises still serve this same purpose. If there is something wrong with your air conditioner and it requires AC repair in Winter Park, FL, it could be expressing this issue through a loud or obnoxious noise.

That’s why we’re going to go over some of the more common noises that can be expressed through your air conditioner. If any of these noises sound familiar or are things you’re constantly experiencing, it could absolutely be time to call us for repairs.

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Problems from a Clogged Condensate Drain

Monday, October 21st, 2019
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One of the most important functions of your air conditioner is the removal of moisture from the atmosphere. That muggy feeling causing your clothes to become sticky and covered in sweat quickly disappears when your AC is functioning correctly.

Part of this moisture removal function is draining condensate water that has been taken out of the air. This is where your condensate drain comes in, The water that gets drawn out from the air through condensation turns from gas to liquid, which then drips down into the condensation pan. The water that gets collected in the condensation pan must then be deposited through a drain and away from your home.

In good working order, your condensate drain is a nice drink for your outdoor plants and grass. When clogged though, your condensate drain can cause a multitude of problems in your house, some of which can eventually lead to expensive air conditioning repair in Winter Park, FL. Keep reading to get the full scoop!

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