AC Repair

For many residents of San Diego County, summer is the most enjoyable time of the year, but the temperature can get uncomfortably high during the hottest months. It’s vital you ensure that your air conditioner, or AC, is working properly when your goal is to have a relaxing summer. Having your AC malfunction can be an inconvenience, but taking steps to keep it running well will go a long way in preventing unexpected problems.
Here are seven signals that your AC unit is not working optimally and needs to be serviced by an experienced HVAC technician.

The most obvious sign that your AC is having problems is a lack of cold air, and you might need to turn it all the way up before it works correctly. In some cases, your AC might not produce any cold air at all, and when that happens, your unit likely has a refrigerant leak, but a failing compressor could also be the source of the problem. Keep in mind that refrigerant leaks can cause health problems, so you will want to contact a professional technician right away.


A new AC that is in good condition will always have a distinct sound that lets you know when everything is running smoothly. On the other hand, a damaged AC unit can make clicking, growling or knocking sounds. Although it could be a sign that the metal parts need lubrication, excessive noise could also be a sign that you need to fix the engine.


When their AC units start to malfunction, many people notice that certain rooms in their home get colder than others. This problem is likely a sign of inadequate air flow, and it occurs when you have a blocked vent. Also, a clogged evaporator coil might be the source of the uneven flow of air in your house.


New AC units are designed to run as efficiently as possible, so if you have recently noticed a significant increase in your power bill, your AC might not be working properly. If you have leaks in your vents, then your AC will need to work much harder to keep your home cool.


If your AC doesn’t turn on when the electricity in the rest of your home is working, then it has a blown fuse that you need to replace. After you address the issue, your AC should turn back on and function like normal.


When your AC unit produces a foul odor, it could mean that the wire insulation is being overheated, and the problem should never be overlooked. On the other hand, a musty smell could indicate that mold has built up in the ventilation system.


No matter how well you care for your AC unit, malfunctions are not avoidable. Most people ignore small issues because they don’t want to face expensive repair bills, but overlooking minor problems only allows them to progress. Regardless of your model, our professional team can resolve any issue that you might be having. We service both commercial and residential units, and you will enjoy the comprehensive service packages that we offer. Call us right away, and we will answer any questions that you might have; we are confident that you will be satisfied.