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1-800-Plumber +Air of North County San Diego
In a place like California, the last thing you want is your air conditioner to break. Fortunately, 1-800-Plumber +Air of North County San Diego is here for you. Our technicians are highly trained and experienced in all makes and models of air conditioning systems. We understand that air conditioning repairs can be an inconvenience and our goal is to provide you with the quickest and most effective solutions. From regular maintenance to installing brand new systems,
Air conditioning systems provide much-needed relief from hot temperatures, helping to keep your home or business comfortable and safe. With our reliable repair services, you can be sure that your air conditioning will be running smoothly and efficiently all year round.
We offer 24/7 emergency repair services so you don't have to worry about being left in the heat. Our team can quickly diagnose the problem and get your air conditioning back up and running in no time.
We also provide regular maintenance services to ensure that your air conditioning system is running at its best. Regular maintenance is essential for keeping your system running efficiently and catching any potential problems before they become more serious. We offer competitive rates and can work with you to find the best solution for
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The Most Common Air Conditioner Problems to Look Out For
Air conditioners can encounter all sorts of problems, some of which are more severe than others. Fortunately, just about all of these problems can be fixed with the help of professional repair. Some of the problems you should look out for include the following.
Uneven Temperatures from Room to Room
One problem you might encounter is uneven temperatures from room to room. So, in other words, it might be downright cool in one room, despite the fact that your house is hot in another room.
This is typically caused by dirty ducts. Dust and other forms of debris block them up, preventing air from traveling freely. As a result, some rooms get much more air than others.
The fix, of course, is to have your ducts cleaned. Though you could try to do this yourself, you would be better off leaving it in the hands of a professional repair technician.
Air Blower Not Blowing Air
The entire point of the air blower is for it to blow air. If it's not, there's no doubt: it's in need of repair.
When an air blower stops working, there are a number of factors that could be behind it. The blower motor could be dead, the thermostat could be malfunctioning, or there could be issues with the refrigerant line or evaporator coils.
In any case, call in a professional. He or she will get to the bottom of the problem and make the necessary fix.
Air Condenser Not Turning On
Oftentimes, if your air conditioner is not working, it's because the condenser is impaired in some way. For instance, a stick or rock might have fallen through the condenser screen, causing the condenser to jam. Or, the coils within the condenser might have taken on residue, and are not performing up to expectations.
It doesn't matter what caused the issue, if it exists, it's going to need to be repaired. After all, the AC requires a functioning condenser in order to function. Fortunately, your local AC repair technician has the skill and knowledge needed to repair it.
When in good shape, air conditioners should be going through approximately three cycles per hour. If they're going through more than this, they are likely encountering an issue of some kind.
Short cycles can be caused by everything from a poorly sized AC unit to thermostat connectivity problems and more. But regardless, if the problem isn't fixed, the air conditioner will take on unnecessary wear and tear, leading to a reduced AC lifespan as well as energy efficiency issues.
Fortunately, AC repair technicians are well-versed in combating short cycles and will have your AC running like it's supposed to in no time. Give a call to 1-800-Plumber +Air to get the repair started!
Refrigerant is the lifeblood of any air conditioner. If it spills out of the air conditioning system, the AC will fail to produce cold air as intended.
Unfortunately, this does happen. The refrigerant line leading from the condenser into the home springs a leak, allowing the refrigerant to slowly but surely spill out onto the ground.
The good thing, however, is that something can be done about it. All you have to do is fill the system with fresh refrigerant and then patch up the leak. Your local cooling specialist can facilitate the repair.