Airtech Mechanical Services, Inc. Blog: Posts Tagged ‘AC Repair’

What Is Wrong With Your AC?

Monday, September 5th, 2022

There are still plenty of weeks of high heat and humidity left. So if your air conditioner is starting to struggle to do its job, then you’ll do well to get the system checked and fixed. After all, leaving any issue with your AC unaddressed is only likely to cause it to worsen and can put you at risk of losing the system altogether.

Wondering what’s going on with your air conditioner? Book your AC repair in New Bern, NC with us if you notice any of the signs we’ve listed here of some of the problems that your system may encounter.

Continue Reading

How Much Is Too Much For An AC Repair?

Monday, July 25th, 2022

There are times when you are out buying supplies or gifts and you discover a price tag that you know is too high to justify. This can be easy to figure out when getting groceries or even some clothes. But it can be harder to figure out if the price of some other things is too high. However, determining if an AC service is too expensive is an important distinction to make. This is because that price can tell you whether you need a new system or not.

The price of your AC repair in Morehead City, NC can be a warning that you need a system replacement instead. Here’s how to tell how much is too much for a system repair.

Continue Reading

What is Short Cycling?

Monday, July 11th, 2022

What would you do if your car only worked for a few miles before turning off? You wouldn’t get far, that’s for sure! Ultimately though you would get your car to a professional technician to be checked and fixed up ASAP.

We provide this example to show how important it is to get mechanical systems fixed up when they aren’t able to perform to its full ability. This applies to your car as much as it does to your air conditioner.

When your cooling system stops short rather than completing a full cooling cycle, it is best to schedule an AC repair in New Bern, NC as soon as you can. This can help prevent worsening system operation or even a full system breakdown. We will provide everything you need to know about this issue so you know why and when to call us for an expert repair so your AC can carry you through the rest of the summer.

Continue Reading

Refrigerant Leaks Need to Be Fixed ASAP

Monday, April 4th, 2022

Hearing about a leak anywhere in your home is an unpleasant prospect. But is a leak from your air conditioner as serious as a leaking pipe?

Well, the answer is that it both is and isn’t as serious. No, a refrigerant leak isn’t going to cause the same level of water damage that a pipe leak could. But a leak in your AC should still be handled quickly before it causes some serious trouble.

Read on to discover what the signs are to watch for that tell you when you need an AC repair in New Bern, NC.

Continue Reading

Repair or Replace? How to Tell What Your AC Needs

Monday, September 20th, 2021

It would be wonderful if you could have the ability to sense if and when something was wrong with your air conditioner. That way you’d be able to call in an expert technician the instant something popped up before it escalated into a more expensive problem. Sadly, you don’t have this ability–but we can help get you a little closer.

Sometimes your air conditioner needs help but you may not realize it or, if you do, you may not know whether you need to repair it or replace the system entirely. We are here to help provide some clarity on these concerns–along with the services to get your AC running properly again.

Continue Reading

Short Cycling: What It Is and What To Do About It

Monday, September 6th, 2021

Summer may be getting close to wrapping up but that doesn’t mean the hot weather has gone anywhere. Your air conditioner still has a big job on its hands in regards to keeping your home cool in the coming weeks. The problem is that it can seem to do that job correctly.

Let’s get straight to it: you can’t seem to keep your home cool. This is not only causing you discomfort but it is also extremely frustrating–largely because you can still hear your AC running! So if your air conditioner is functioning, what is the source of the problem.

Bear with us for a moment here and take the next several minutes to see how long your system’s cooling cycle is actually lasting. Is it only lasting a few brief minutes before shutting off? If so, then the source of your issue is called short cycling.

Continue Reading