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Late Summer vs. Your Air Conditioner: A Few Things to Know

Monday, August 31st, 2020

thermometer-going-redHot weather is hot weather as far as your air conditioning is concerned—or at least this is what most people think when they think about their AC system at all. The air conditioner does its job as well as it can against the heat.

But this isn’t 100% true. An air conditioner is like any complex appliance: it starts to wear down with use, and changes in external conditions can make it more difficult to do its job and put it at higher risk of failure. This is the situation most air conditioning systems are in during the late summer. This is a time of year when we caution our customers to be on the watch for signs they need Durham air conditioning services. Just because fall is around the bend doesn’t mean you can relax about the performance of your air conditioner. Below are some key facts to know about this time of year.

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Reasons Your AC Is Making a Rattling Noise

Monday, July 20th, 2020

air-conditioning-maintenanceSummer is the season of the air conditioner. Most of us think of the sound air conditioners make as part of the soundtrack of the season, and the whirr and occasional hum of our household cooling systems are something we rarely pay attention to.

But when you notice a sound from an AC that isn’t normal, such as a distinct and annoying rattling noise, it isn’t something you should shrug off and try to get used to. Often, rattling sounds like this indicate you need air conditioning repair in Durham, NC from our professionals. The trouble might be simple. Or it could be a warning that your AC is in major trouble that could soon impair its ability to keep your family cool.

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Why Your AC’s Fans Aren’t Working

Monday, June 8th, 2020

There are many parts of an air conditioning system that are essential for it to work. If the compressor dies, the AC won’t run, for example. Today we’re going to look at one part—that is actually two parts—that can often fail during a summer season and leave a home without cooling: the fan(s). Specifically, we’re going to see why your fans might stop working and trap you in a boiling home.

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Why Are Some Rooms Too Hot or Too Cold With the AC On?

Monday, April 13th, 2020

thermometer-going-redThe weather is warming up and air conditioners are starting to turn on throughout the Triangle. We recommend that when you first have your air conditioning system running during the season that you take a tour of all the rooms in your house. Keep the AC on for about an hour, and check on the temperatures around the house.

What you’re looking for is any large discrepancies. Are there some rooms that feel hotter than they should be, and others that seem overly cold? If you discover either one or the other (or both), you may need to schedule air conditioning repair in Zebulon, NC with our technicians.

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Don’t Push Your AC Too Hard at the End of Cooling Season

Monday, September 30th, 2019

thermometer-going-redIt can be tough reading all the conversations and seeing all the photos that focus on the fall weather when your home AC is still running all day. The hot summer days don’t seem to have gotten the memo that autumn is in town and we might also like to enjoy wearing a sweater.

We suggest you resist the occasional urge to make your home frigid to simulate the cool weather in other states though! While it can be tempting to push your air conditioner to new levels, this could cause some major issues.

If this warning came too late and you are in need of air conditioning repair in Chapel Hill, NC, the professionals at Comfort Master Heating and Air Conditioning, Inc. are here to help. Our NATE-certified technicians will help you find a cost-effective solution to any AC trouble you might encounter.

In the interest of saving you the pain that comes with pushing your cooling system too hard again, let’s delve into why pushing your AC beyond its set limits spells trouble.

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