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Air conditioning is all too important on hot days, especially now that we are in the middle of summer. However, the effectiveness of your machine doesn’t just happen, it requires regular cleaning, maintenance, and AC repair to ensure all the parts are in good working order. It may be hard for a new homeowner to know when to call up air conditioning repair services, so here we have created an easy guide on air conditioning red flags that mean you need AC repair right away!

  1. Odd sounds
    While it is common for your machine to make some noises when it starts up for the first time, it is not normal for you to hear any squeaking, rattling, banging, or squealing. All of these sounds imply that there is something wrong in your unit, whether it is a loose component on a fan, a worn down belt, dust and dirt in the system, or a broken motor bearing. If you hear a noise, make sure to shut your machine down and call our St. Petersburg air conditioning specialists right away!
  2. No air
    This is one of the simplest signs that you need some repair and maintenance on your system, yet many homeowners often chalk up the idea of no air to the machine working slowly. It is important to remember that no air may mean that some rooms are cooled when others aren’t, not necessarily that the entire home is lacking cool air. When you notice this, it means that there is a huge problem with the air ducts that needs to be fixed right away.
  3. Old age
    The age of your machine can be a huge factor in the need for maintenance and repairs. This may be more common than you think — in fact, 20% of homes built during the 1980s have air conditioning equipment that is over 20 years old. On average, your machine should last around 10 to 15 years and if your machine is anything over that, you need to call an AC contractor right away for inspection.

 
There are plenty of other signs that your air conditioner is in need of repair, so please keep your eyes peeled for our next blog post in this series to learn more!

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