Commonly Asked Questions on Air Conditioner Maintenance
As you may expect, we field a lot of questions regularly at Environment Masters concerning air conditioner maintenance. People everywhere are trying to do whatever they can to save money on their electricity bills, and keeping your cooling system in top shape is one of the best ways of doing so. A well-maintained AC unit will not only work better, it will be more efficient as well. You won’t have to pay as much on your monthly bill as a result – and it will last longer, too.
Here are some of the more commonly asked questions we receive:
- How Often Do I Need to Replace My Air Filters?
- Why Isn’t My House Cooling Evenly?
- Why is My AC Leaking?
- Why Is My Air Conditioner So Loud?
- Why Is My Air Conditioner Making Clicking Noises?
- Why Is The Air Conditioner Freezing Up?
We’ve recently expanded our FAQ section where you’ll find the answers to these and many other questions. You can also view the answers in the SlideShare presentation below.
Why You Need Regular Maintenance
If you don’t have air conditioner maintenance performed regularly, damaging dirt and debris can build up in your system and gradually lessen the amount of cool air circulating through your home. As a result, your AC system will have to work a great deal harder just to provide you with the same level of comfort. Not only is this obviously inefficient, but it will also hurt your pocketbook because you’ll be wasting a great deal of electricity. Also, the harder your AC has to work, of course, the more likely you will need repairs performed.
Take all of that out of the equation by having a professional with Environment Masters come out and provide you with a complete air conditioner maintenance check. We’ll examine your system from top to bottom, checking each and every component for problems. This is a great way to identify small problems before they become major issues. Schedule yours today by contacting us online or calling us at 601-353-4681.
Here’s the SlideShare presentation we referenced above: