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Signs Your AC System is Struggling

- 5:10 pm - July 19th, 2018

Just how well is your air conditioning system running? More often than not, homeowners will assume that their central AC is working perfectly fine even when it isn’t working as well as it could or should be. Don’t blame the summer heat on your air conditioning system’s shortcomings – keep an eye out for these signs that your may need to repair or replace your air conditioning equipment.

AC is Blowing Warm Air

If you notice that your air conditioning system is blowing hot air, or is just having difficulty keeping up with demand during the hottest months of the year, you should contact Coan Oil for a repair!

Little Air Coming Through Vents

Even if your AC is pumping cold air, if it isn’t circulating well enough to maintain your comfort it isn’t doing its job! Weak airflow is an issue that can be caused by a failing compressor or a problem with the ductwork.

Loud Noises Inside the Equipment

If you’re hearing squealing, grinding or scraping coming from your air conditioning system when it’s on, there could be a problem with loose internal components and belts that can eventually damage other costly parts as well.

Problems Becoming More Frequent

If you have to call Coan Oil for AC repairs three to four times a month, and your equipment is over 10 years old, it may be time to call it quits! Purchasing a new, high-efficiency air conditioning system will not only save you on utility costs, but will save you on repair costs as well.

 There are many other signs that your air conditioning equipment may be on its last legs – between rising utility bills, refrigerant leaks and difficulty maintaining comfortable humidity levels inside your home, the best way to figure out what’s going on is to call Coan Oil to come and have a look at what you’re dealing with.