Oaks Heat & Air Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Air Conditioning Repairs’

Why is a Clogged AC Condensate Drain a Problem?

Monday, August 8th, 2016

Some of the most common calls we get for air conditioning problems are in regards to a condenser making strange noises or insufficient airflow or cooling power. These are examples of very serious air conditioner problems that should be repaired right away, and are typically quite obvious. There are some not-so-obvious components of your air conditioner, however, that can cause problems too, such as the condensate drain.

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No, Ice on Your Air Conditioner is Not Normal

Monday, June 27th, 2016

Your air conditioning system is tasked with one very important job: to keep your home cool in the summer. So if you see ice developing on the system at all, you may think this is a normal part of the air conditioning process. If a system provides cool air, it’s only natural that it freezes over every now and then, right? Unfortunately, that is a mistake to believe.

The development of ice on your air conditioning system is actually a very negative sign. If you do notice this, then your first call should be to an HVAC professional so you can prevent further damage from occurring. Keep reading to learn why ice is such a big problem.

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Top Reasons Your AC Compressor May Fail

Monday, May 16th, 2016

Once of the most common reasons that air conditioning systems fail prematurely is due to a lack of maintenance. Routine check-ups allow your HVAC professional to do a thorough cleaning and inspection of your system, and make recommendations for repairs. Staying on top of these repairs could prevent costlier emergency issues down the road.

Even if you keep up on maintenance, however, AC issues do occur. The heart of your air conditioner—the compressor—is typically to blame. So what causes the compressor to fail? Read below to learn about a few preventable reasons that your air conditioner’s compressor may give up.

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