Think you may have AC repair issues in your Burleson home? You’re in the right place.
When your air conditioner isn’t working properly, you don’t have to be an expert to know you’re facing what could be a dangerous situation in the heat of the Texas summer. Here’s a quick list of the most common problems you may encounter with your AC unit as the summer heat increases its workload.
1. Water Leaks
If you suddenly discover a water puddle near your indoor air handler, it’s time for service. Water leaking from the AC unit can be caused by condensate line blockages or a leaking drain pan. Whatever is causing the leak, act quickly to request service and prevent damage to your home.
An AC repair technician from Southern Air can fix what’s leaking and give you tips about how to prevent leaking in the future.
2. Poor Air Flow
If your AC isn’t cooling properly, check the air coming out of the vents. If it’s cool but weak, you may have an air flow issue.
Poor air flow can be caused by clogged air filters, congested air ducts, and faulty fan or compressor motors. If you’re having this problem, a technician will check each of these potential issues and replace any parts that are not working.
3. Strange Noises
Loud or strange noises — such as buzzing, grinding, or squealing coming from your AC unit — are generally caused by mechanical components that have become worn-out or need to be adjusted.
A technician will check all the moving parts of your unit to identify the source of the noise and take the necessary steps to fix or replace the particular part.
4. AC Not Cooling
If you check the air coming out of your vents and it’s not as cool as it should be, it usually means there are problems with the AC’s refrigerant charge.
Refrigerant levels can fall due to leaks or a lack of maintenance. The AC repair technician will check the charge and correct the problem if it is not functioning as expected.
5. Condenser Turning On and Off Quickly
In a traditional HVAC system, your condenser is the outdoor unit that contains the refrigerant and “kicks on” when the thermostat indicates your home needs cooling. When a condenser activates and stays on for less than a minute, that’s called short cycling, which can quickly cause wear and tear on the unit.
Short cycling can be caused by a dirty air filter, a thermostat problem, or an oversized AC unit. Sometimes, the issue is even caused by damage to a part on the condenser. Your service technician will check the simplest potential causes first, then run a full diagnostic to rule out more serious issues.
Southern Air Mechanical Has Your Summer AC Repair Solution
Anytime your AC is on the fritz during a Texas heat wave, it’s either an emergency or it’s about to be. Don’t hesitate to call your local Burleson AC repair team at Southern Air to get your home cooled down again in no time. We provide solutions ranging from simple part replacements to more complex repairs. We’re a family-owned local business, and we’re here to help our neighbors in Burleson find comfort solutions quickly and for a fair price.