How to Tell if Your AC is in Need of Emergency Repair

Repair

Your air conditioner is crucial to keeping you comfortable during the warmer Osceola County days. If it breaks down, it can really compromise your comfort! So, how can you know when you could need an AC repair? Sometimes your air conditioner will display symptoms that it needs care before it breaks down completely. Watch for any of the following symptoms and give Osceola Air, LLC a call if you feel your AC is on the fritz.

If you see a lack of cooled air or decreased airflow, this is a definite sign that something is wrong. Give the team at Osceola Air, LLC a call if your house doesn’t seem to cool down or if it won’t stay cool. When your air conditioner can’t keep up with your cool-air needs any longer, there’s likely a problem. Whether it’s running low on Freon, having challenges with its condenser, or there’s an issue with your ductwork, our professionals can provide support.

In general, if your air conditioner becomes noisy, there’s likely a problem that warrants AC repair. If you hear squealing or grinding sounds, give us a call. You shouldn’t hear much from a properly operating AC outside of the sound of your fan turning on or shutting off. AC problems that cause abnormal sounds indicate a potential breakdown.

If you see a leak from your AC, call us for an AC repair immediately. A condensation leak poses less of a health risk, but it’s wise to get it repaired before there is a bigger problem, like mold growth.

Bad or unfamiliar odors coming from your registers are indications that your system needs to be checked out.

If you suspect you’re in need of an AC repair from any of these indicators, give Osceola Air, LLC a call at 407-908-8651 and we’ll be there to help. If your AC is working as it should, but it’s past due for a routine maintenance visit, we suggest you call to set one up. It could save you from pricey, larger repairs down the line. You can even schedule an appointment with us online if that’s easier! We look forward to working with you.

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