House Call Company Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Air Conditioning Repair’

Your AC Needs and Deserves a Fresh Filter!

Monday, July 1st, 2019
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We really, really value our customers, which is why we’re always honest with them and remind them that, yes, they’ll need an air conditioning repair in Chesapeake, VA, eventually. We also like to remind them of ways in which they can avoid repair needs as much as possible, though.

Hence, today’s topic.

It may sound surprising, but the fact of the matter is that a very dirty air filter can have some pretty serious repercussions for your air conditioning system. Replacement filters are very cheap and easy to install, so there’s really no reason to overlook them.

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Common Causes of Uneven Cooling

Monday, July 30th, 2018

angry-manWhy do you use a whole-house air conditioning system? To cool your whole house with just one system, right? Of course! So why would you put up with anything shy of great comfort throughout your entire home? Even if you don’t use a given room as much as you do the others in your house, you still want to ensure that your whole house is evenly cooled. Unfortunately, this is not the case in many homes. Don’t settle for less!

There are a few different reasons why your home may be cooling unevenly. Whatever the precise nature of the problem, you can count on our team to diagnose it accurately and to resolve it completely. You don’t want to waste your time with AC technicians who are not going to be able to figure out what is going on in a timely manner, and you definitely don’t want to risk damage to your home or failed attempts at solving the problem—so leave your AC services in Chesapeake to us!

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Is My AC Leaking Refrigerant?

Monday, May 7th, 2018

service-timeMuch as we would love to tell you that you are not going to have any problems with your air conditioner this year, let alone for countless years to come, that is simply not the case. No air conditioner lasts forever, and no air conditioner operates properly throughout its entire lifespan. You are going to need air conditioning repair in Virginia Beach, VA eventually. When you do, you want to act fast so that your system does not wind up suffering unnecessary damages.

Obviously, there are certain problems that may be more pressing than others. A refrigerant leak just so happens to be one of the most serious problems that your air conditioner may encounter, though. Remember, a lot of air conditioning issues share similar symptoms. What you may think is a relatively minor issue may actually be a symptom of a refrigerant leak, so don’t wind up doing major damage to your system just because you falsely believed that repairs could wait.

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3 Air Conditioning Problems You Need to Watch for This Summer

Monday, July 31st, 2017

air-conditioning-repairAir conditioning systems are more likely to develop problems during the summer than at any other time of the year. You don’t want to have your AC break down on you in the middle of a heat wave. So it’s a good idea to familiarize yourself with some of the signs that your air conditioner is in need of repairs. The faster you can tell that your air conditioner is in trouble, the faster you can get it repaired and the more damage you can prevent. Let’s have a look at three common air conditioning problems to watch for this summer and their symptoms.

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AC FAQ: Why Is It Leaking Water?

Monday, July 3rd, 2017

woman-and-technicianThere are a lot of different problems that may develop with even the best air conditioning systems on the market. One of the most perplexing that homeowners may encounter is water surrounding the unit. What makes this so perplexing? Well, mainly the fact that an air conditioner does not actually use water in its operation! So if there is not actually any water in the system, then that means it can’t be leaking, right? Well, not exactly.

If you see water surrounding your air conditioner in Virginia Beach, you should not just dismiss it or jump to the conclusion that it came from somewhere else. That water very well may be coming from the air conditioner. It is just not the type of “leak” that you’d normally associate with this type of system. Read on, keep calm, and contact a member of our team if you notice that your AC is taking a bath.

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AC Blowing Warm Air?

Monday, May 22nd, 2017

thermometer-risingImagine that it is a hot summer night, and that you wake up in considerable discomfort. You hear the indoor AC unit running, but upon further investigation, you find that your system is blowing warm air out of your ducts! What do you do? Well, the answer to that question definitely is not “panic.” In fact, it may not even be “schedule AC repairs.” There are several reasons why your air conditioner may be blowing warm air throughout your home. The good news is that not all of them are serious problems.

In most instances, you should not be servicing your air conditioner on your own. Your air conditioning services in Chesapeake, VA should always be completed by skilled, trained professionals. As you’ll see in the following post, however, some issues causing warm air to blow from your system don’t really require “service” at all. Keep an eye out for these quick fixes, and let us handle any necessary repairs if there is no obvious solution to your problem. 

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What Does This Ice on My Air Conditioner Indicate?

Monday, August 8th, 2016

If your air conditioner is blowing hot air, or is not cycling on at all, then it is probably pretty obvious to you that there is trouble afoot. Certain problems with your air conditioner may not be quite so clear cut, though, nor will they be that noticeable. Ice developing on your air conditioner is one such situation.

Should you notice that you have ice on your air conditioner—and we’ll get into the potential causes of this problem in the following post—be sure to schedule your AC services with the professionals on our staff. We’ll get to the root of the situation, and we’ll guarantee that your AC is put back on track. Don’t let ice on your air conditioner go unresolved. 

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