Indicators Your A/C System is on Its Last Leg

Indicators Your A/C System is on Its Last Leg

When an old A/C unit is on the fritz, it comes as no surprise. However, if you’ve taken good care of your A/C, it may not need to be replaced just yet. However, the opposite is true for newer A/C systems that weren’t installed properly and/or lacked regular maintenance tune ups. There could be a host of problems years before they’re typically due. So, how do you decide to repair or replace your A/C system?

Look for these indicators to solve:

Unusual and Loud Noises

Unusual and loud noises aren’t a good sign no matter how old or young your A/C system is. When you repeatedly hear an unusual noise, it’s generally best to turn off the system and contact an HVAC Professional. Here’s what these noises may mean:

It’s Running, but Not Cooling!

Another common A/C problem is that it runs, but it doesn’t provide enough cooling output. The usual reasons could include:

For a professional assessment of your A/C system, contact Jackson & Sons. Providing reliable HVAC services for Eastern North Carolina homeowners since 1974.

Our goal is to help educate our customers in Eastern North Carolina (including Wayne, Johnston, Greene, Lenoir, Pitt and Duplin Counties) about energy and home comfort issues (specific to HVAC systems).

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