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Danbury, Texas, homeowners will be happy to know that air conditioners almost always exhibit signs when in need of repairs. To stay on top of your AC’s health and maintenance requirements, pay attention to the following signs.

Lack of Airflow

Weak airflow is one of the first signs that an air conditioner is on the fritz. You’ll start to notice little airflow coming from the AC vents, which is a sure sign that the unit’s compressor is failing or that your ductwork is clogged.

Strange Sounds

If you notice your air conditioner making a squealing, grinding, or grating noise, it may be time for a unit replacement. Strange sounds indicate something wrong inside the unit itself, and failing to contact a technician for repairs could result in costlier service on down the road.

Foul Odors

Pungent smells coming from your AC vents can be frustrating to deal with. If it’s a musty smell, you probably have mold or mildew growing inside the ductwork or unit, which needs to be resolved immediately. Bad odors could also stem from burned out wire insulation, which will also need to be replaced as soon as possible.

Leakage

Finding moisture where it shouldn’t be around your air conditioner can indicate a couple of issues. For starters, it may be a refrigerant leak, which can pose serious health risks to you and your family. It could also be a problem in the condensate line, which could be either broken or blocked. Either way, you’ll need to address moisture issues to prevent mold growth.

No Cool Air

When your air conditioner isn’t functioning properly, you’ll notice a lack of cool air flowing from the vents. In some cases, the air may not be cold at all. When this happens, there’s a chance the system’s compressor has failed or that the refrigerant levels are too low.

Resolve your air conditioning issues by calling Davis Air Conditioning & Heating at 888-710-5530. We’ll have things back on track in no time.

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