Is it time to schedule air conditioner replacement for your home or business in Multnomah? It’s not always easy to know when calling an HVAC contractor is necessary. Putting it off can, however, can cause serious problems in the future. Some issues can lead to complete failure. Lack of a cooling system in the summer isn’t only uncomfortable, but it can be dangerous on particularly hot days. If you notice any of the following signs contact a professional.
Higher Energy Bills
Higher than normal energy bills can indicate it’s time for air conditioner replacement. This becomes increasingly likely the older your system is. Another possible cause is having a system that’s not the correct size for your home or business. Having a system that’s too large will cycle on and off too frequently, wasting energy, while a system that’s too small will run constantly without ever adequately cooling the home.
Poor Air Quality
Another indication you need a replacement is poor air quality. Your system provides ventilation. Increased dust and/or high humidity levels are not normal and should be investigated further by a heating and cooling professional.
Weak air flow can be a huge issue. If your system is working overtime and it still can’t keep your space cool, there may be a problem. Have your contractor check for a blockage in the air ducts before replacing the entire unit.
Need Air Conditioner Replacement in Multnomah?
If you’ve noticed any of the signs mentioned above, the technicians at Advanced Heating & Air Conditioning stand ready to provide residential and commercial heating and cooling services in the Multnomah area. Our highly trained and experienced specialists have the knowledge, skills and equipment to address all your HVAC needs. From air handlers, heat pumps and ductless heat pumps to tankless water heaters and gas furnace conversions, you can count on us to get the job done quickly and efficiently. Contact us today!
Air Conditioner Replacement for Multnomah Residents
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