Air conditioners make noise. They’re full of moving parts. Motors run, fans turn, and cool breezes whoosh out into your home. Ideally, though, they shouldn’t be terribly loud, and the sounds they make should be consistent. But what if your AC unit makes more noise than it used to? What if it suddenly makes a new noise? Here are some of the sounds that you should keep an ear out for to help you gauge whether you might be in the market for AC repair in Buford, GA.
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These Sounds Indicate You Need AC RepairMonday, August 22nd, 2022
Signs That Your AC System Is StrugglingMonday, June 27th, 2022
Here in Georgia, it makes sense that you want to enjoy the summer season with the help of an efficient and effective air conditioning system. On those frequent days where the heat is at its peak, your cooling system should be capable of keeping your living space as nice and cool as you need it to be. To ensure this is the case, you’ll want to do everything you can to keep your air conditioner in great shape.
This means staying on top of your annual maintenance sessions, first and foremost. It also means that if your air conditioner has any repair needs, you take care of them in a timely fashion. But how do you know if your air conditioner needs repairs?
Often, we’ll tell you during maintenance. However, it is always possible that your cooling system could need repairs in between maintenance tune-ups. Here are some signs that this is the case for your system.
Should You Get a Heat Pump Installed As Your Next Air Conditioner?Monday, June 13th, 2022
Have you been considering a new air conditioner? Chances are if so, that you’re in a bit of a rush to get one before temperatures climb to their highest this summer. But we really want to encourage you to take your time and explore all your options. There are plenty of different types of cooling systems on the market today, each with its own set of benefits and even its own set of drawbacks, depending on your property and the climate you live in.
Fortunately, we know of at least one option that’s become increasingly popular in the Suwanee area and beyond, and for good reason. That’s the heat pump system! Read on to learn more about this HVAC system.
Don’t Ignore These Sounds Coming From Your ACMonday, May 16th, 2022
We’re sure most homeowners can’t really say they’re looking forward to summer temperatures, but what we can all collectively agree on is that we need powerful and efficient air conditioners to get us through the coming warm weather. If your air conditioner isn’t operating quite like it should, now is the time to address it.
This means that if your air conditioner is running, but has some troubling systems–such as strange and unfamiliar noises coming from the system–then it’s time to give us a call.
We’re talking about any noises that are outside of the normal operational sounds you hear it make from day to day. This can include shrieking or screeching, a grinding sound, and even hissing. Read on to learn what these noises might mean, and if any of these describe the sounds you’re listening to, give us a call right away.
Signs That It’s Time to Go Ductless!Monday, September 6th, 2021
As we come to the official end of summer, it can be really easy to dismiss your cooling system needs. While it stays warmer longer in our part of the country than in others, it’s still only natural to look forward to when you can start using your air conditioner less and less. But what if you need AC repair in Dacula, GA? Or what if AC repair isn’t going to cut it and it’s actually time to replace the system altogether?
A trained and experienced HVAC professional, such as a member of our team, can help you make an educated decision about this. But if you are considering replacing your air conditioner this year, and/or your heater, then you’ve come across the right blog post. It may very well be time for you to think about going ductless. There are many reasons to do so. Read on to learn what they are!
Pay Attention to These Signs of an AC in DisrepairMonday, July 26th, 2021
Have you ever noticed that your air conditioner doesn’t seem to be working quite right? Maybe you’re tempted to put off calling for repairs. If your air conditioner is still running, just not as well as it could be, this is understandable. You want to save your summer vacation money, after all! But unfortunately, delaying repairs could leave you with an even costlier problem, and potentially even the need for premature system replacement.
We encourage our customers to take care of their air conditioning systems as soon as they realize they need repairs. But how do you know when this might be the case? We ask this knowing that you are probably not an air conditioning expert–that’s our job! However, it’s a good idea to know the basics, and to know the signs that you just may have an air conditioner in disrepair. Read on to learn what they are!
3 Sounds You Should Never Hear from Your Air ConditionerTuesday, June 1st, 2021
Air conditioners are very complex pieces of equipment, with a number of components and actions that make them work flawlessly. But just like any other home appliance, they are subject to natural wear and tear. There’s no avoiding that at some point, you’ll need a repair. In fact, you can expect to need a repair every couple of years or so as parts wear out.
Of course, you can fend off the most urgent and harmful repair needs with routine maintenance. Professional maintenance allows our technicians to fully inspect, clean, and adjust the components that need it. During the inspection part of this process, we look for anything that does need repair so we can alert you to it right away. This way, it has less of a chance to grow into something bigger and lead to a breakdown.
Maintenance isn’t the only way to detect repair needs, however! It’s important that you know the everyday sounds that your air conditioner makes. This way, when it makes an unusual noise, you’ll know that something is amiss. What noises are we talking about? Read on!
How to Pay Less for More Comfort This SummerMonday, May 3rd, 2021
Summertime is just around the corner, and with that summer season comes the heat and humidity that we all know very well. So well in fact, that it doesn’t have to be summer to have summertime temperatures. So, you need your air conditioner to be prepared. After all, don’t you want it to operate as efficiently and effectively as possible this year?
Hopefully, you’ve already had or at least scheduled your spring AC maintenance appointment, which allows our technicians to fully service your AC system to ensure good operation. It’s not too late to schedule this if not! In the meantime, there are even more things you can do in addition to maintenance that can help the system work more efficiently. Keep reading as we uncover how to improve efficiency, and therefore pay less for more comfort.
AC Tune-Up Time: It’s Never Too LateMonday, July 27th, 2020
Did you have air conditioning maintenance this past spring? If not, you may think it’s too late. After all, just about any professional HVAC technician will tell you its best to have this service done then (our team included). The reason for this is because it’s before you actually need your system the most.
But, that doesn’t mean it’s ever too late for your AC maintenance. We’d rather have you schedule it “late” than not at all. Your air conditioner and your utility bills will benefit from this. The only time it’s “too late” for AC maintenance is if it’s completely broken down and is beyond repair. But an annual AC tune-up (or biannual, if you have a heat pump) will help prevent those repairs, plus offer the following benefits:
What to Do When Your AC Won’t CoolMonday, May 4th, 2020
This is something we’ve talked about before on our blog, but it’s worth bringing up again, since it’s a problem we get called about each year.
When it comes to finding out what’s wrong with your struggling air conditioner, you’ll need the assistance of trained professional. We understand how essential it is that your broken down air conditioner be repaired right away!
Ideally, you’ll have already had your maintenance session done this year, but if you’re reading this blog post, you either skipped this service or didn’t take care of recommended repairs. So, what should you do now? Read on to find out!