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Adelanto Air Conditioning Repair Specialists
TCS air conditioning is one of the best, top-rated AC Repair Companies in Adelanto California. TCS Air Conditioner Repair Technicians are licensed and insured and provide flat-rate pricing on all ac repairs before the job is started, so there are no surprises.
The last thing you want to worry about is whether your air conditioning system is going to work. If your air conditioning system needs repairs, count on our certified and licensed technicians to thoroughly inspect the system, explain the problem, and provide you with affordable solutions. Total Comfort Solutions technicians can recharge an air conditioner unit, de-ice it, or complete general repairs. Our years of experience mean that we can get your Adelanto AC repair job completed with minimal fuss – all in the same day.
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There’s an easier way to ensure the proper functioning of your air conditioner system – our service Plan. TCS can perform comprehensive tune-ups on all cooling systems and air conditioners and provide you priority service all year long!
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How to tell if your AC needs repairs
Your air conditioner will notify you when it needs replacements or repairs. You only have to understand the signs. Find below six signs that will inform you that it is time to call a professional AC repair technician to take a look at your air conditioning unit:
Let us begin with the most apparent sign that your air conditioning unit requires some repairs, as it is not chilling the air inside your home. When you switch on your AC and do not notice that the air is blowing out of your registers or, in case the ducts do not get cooler as the day proceeds, it is a likely sign that your AC unit required some professional repairs. You might have a malfunctioning air conditioner if the air conditioner won’t turn on or the temperature inside your abode is not cooling down within a reasonable time. Your compressor may be malfunctioning, your Freon line might have a leak, or the power connections may have a short circuit. Whatever the reason, you should call your home warranty company or an air conditioner repair company immediately.
(It is a good idea to check the filter of your air conditioning unit to check if it needs replacement or cleaning, as that is the cheapest and easiest fix for an air conditioning unit that will not turn on.)
Your air conditioning unit needs to be looked at by a professional if you turn the unit on, but there is little or no airflow. A failed blower motor, a clog in the ducts, or a leak in your ductwork, can cause such a problem.
Your air conditioner might need repairs if you hear odd noises such as squealing or grinding coming from your air conditioner, even if everything else is working properly. Your air conditioning unit may need some cleaning or something that has come loose and makes an unusual noise. It needs to be tightened. Notwithstanding, this is a good warning sign that your AC is failing and, if detected early, can save you much cash in the long run without you having to pay for substantial repairs to the unit.
Another uncommon sign of air conditioner failure is not one you can hear or see, but one you can smell. You may have dirty cooling coils, a clogged condensate drain, or mold in your ductwork when the air from your air conditioner is coming out musty & moldy, you can get an air conditioning tune-up in the springtime to fight some of these snags if your house is covered by a home warranty plan from Landmark. Not only will an HVAC technician check the condensation lines for you and clean the condenser coils, but they will also clean the electrical connections of the unit and check the thermostat, the motors in the unit, and the refrigerant levels.
If this is what’s happening, you most likely have a condensation line blockage if you notice puddles, leakages, or freezing on your air conditioning unit. This line removes condensation built up while cooling your home. When it is leaking or blocked, the excess condensation can puddle onto the ground, leak out, or freeze onto the coils. There is also the chance of this being a sign of a Freon leak that can be extremely hazardous for pets and humans. Give your home warranty company a call immediately if you notice too much water of any type around your air conditioner. You can save much money detecting this problem before it becomes a bigger one.
Do you receive higher power bills even though you are running your air conditioner the same amount every day? It is a warning sign of something going wrong with your AC unit. Normally, this means your AC is not running efficiently and is compensating when attempting to cool your home. This means that you will receive higher than normal energy bills. This means that your air conditioner is failing, either from burning out the mechanical components from running at such high levels for a longer duration or from the original problem that is causing the inefficiency. Make sure to call your home warranty company or an air conditioning repair company to get your air conditioner repaired.
It would help if you also looked at the age of your air conditioning unit. These units can last approximately 15-20 years. If your air conditioning unit is nearing that age, it could just be wearing out due to normal wear and tear.
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