With summer rapidly approaching, many Texas homeowners already find themselves cranking up their air conditioners. Before the summer heat really sets in, take some time to make sure your A/C unit is in working order! If you can detect problems before your unit completely fails, you can save yourself time and money, as well as avoid any time without cool air this summer. Below are 4 warning signs of a failing A/C unit. If you notice any of these signs, call us at !
If you are noticing pooling water under your A/C, you may have a broken drain pipe in your unit. The drain pipes are meant to capture water that builds up in your unit, so if they break, the water ends up below the unit.
If your unit is putting out a weaker flow of air, you likely have a damaged blower fan. If the fan is working, you may have a blocked duct. Either way, call a repairman to inspect it for you!
IF you smell something musty coming from your unit, it may have mold or mildew within it. If you smell burning rubber, your unit could be over heating. Both of these affect your air quality, so you should address them as soon as possible.
While it is normal for your A/C to make sounds, you should pay attention for sounds that are out of the ordinary. New sounds can indicated something in your A/C has changed, which could lead to repair