How can I tell if my air conditioner is broken?
If you notice that the air coming out of your vents isn’t as cold as it used to be or that it’s not cooling off the entire house, then this could be a sign that your AC isn’t working properly. Other signs include strange noises coming from the unit, odd smells, or a higher than normal energy bill.
When should I replace my air conditioner?
The lifespan of an average AC unit is around 10 years. After that point, you may find yourself dealing with more frequent repairs and higher energy bills due to decreased efficiency levels. If your unit is nearing the end of its life, you may want to consider investing in a new one so that you don't have to pay for costly repairs down the line. Additionally, newer units are designed with improved features that can help save money on energy costs over time.
Why is my air conditioner freezing up?
If you notice ice buildup on the evaporator coils inside your AC unit or cold water dripping from the unit itself, then this could mean that there's an issue with either the refrigerant level or airflow within the system which could be causing it to freeze up. We recommend contacting Aire Serv of North Central Arizona to diagnose and repair any issues before they get worse.