Call The Man!

The weather in Eastman, Georgia, is heating up. Making sure your air conditioner is running smoothly is vital to maintaining comfort. To prevent your air conditioner from breaking down completely, look for these signs that it’s time to call an HVAC specialist immediately:

Lack of Airflow

If you’ve noticed reduced or a complete lack of airflow at your vents, you might have a serious problem. While it could be due to something as simple as a breaker being tripped, it can also signify severe issues, such as damaged belts, blocked air filters or even problems with the motor. These issues can further damage your AC system, so calling a specialist right away is vital. Otherwise, you might need a replacement.

Strange or Loud Noises

You may notice slight noises when your air conditioner kicks on. But noises such as buzzing, banging or clanging could be a major concern. You might hear strange or loud noises if there’s:

  • Loose parts in your system
  • Leaking ductwork
  • Electrical glitches
  • The presence of pests or insects

Loud banging and clanging noises can even indicate major equipment damage, such as a failing compressor or fan blades that have become out of balance. No matter the case, don’t try to fix the issue yourself. An HVAC specialist should take a closer look.

Water Around the Unit

Water damage in an area of your home can mean a problem. But when you find it around your air conditioner, it could signify a dangerous issue. Water presence might be from:

  • Damaged insulation
  • A damaged drip pan
  • Clogged drains
  • A blocked pump
  • Icy coils

It’s essential to address any water-related issues immediately to avoid water damage in your home.

If you notice any of the above signs or symptoms with your air conditioning unit, contact the service technicians at Pruett Air Conditioning. Call us at 478-298-4115 to remedy your air conditioning concerns. We can get your unit functioning as efficiently as possible to help you beat the heat and stay cool this summer.

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