Seeing potential problems when it comes to the central air conditioning may not always be obvious. As the end of the summer continues to wind down, we definitely understand why you would want to just ignore the air conditioning problems you might be having during this time of year as opposed to embracing them, especially with the inconvenience and unplanned expense. Putting the potential problems will at the least, be waiting for your attention at the start of the next air conditioning season, and at the worst, the problems will worsen, causing the initial expense to inflate. With this in mind, we at Ambient Heating & Air Conditioning would like to share a few of the most common issues that arise for your central air at the end of the summer.
High Humidity & Poor Indoor Air Comfort
The indoor temperatures of your home are not the only contributor to the overall comfort. Humidity levels can influence the comfort in your home. Humidity can be a bit challenging to counter in Massachusetts. Thanks to air conditioning assisting with the humidity management as it works to pull the heat from the indoor air, leaving homes with comfortable temperatures, the dehumidification can be compromised. You need a professional to find the problem and get it remedied before the end of the season in the event you notice the home’s comfort levels of slipped due to a rise in humidity.
AC Blowing Warm Air
Ranging from minor to major, the air conditioner is blowing warm indicates a problem. If the temperature of your home’s indoor air just drops off a little, the subtleness can still evolve into a bigger problem; unfortunately, it can take time to notice. Should you notice the lowering temperature of your thermostat happening all the time or your air conditioner is running for longer periods of time, this suggest a deeper problem. No matter how miniscule you think the warm air blowing when the A/C is on, you need to contact an experience professional sooner rather than later.
Inferior Indoor Air Quality
You should be able to breathe easily in your home and feeling like you allergic to it may not be too far from the truth. Chronic coughing, or experiencing other allergy symptoms, or having asthma trigger more than normal, can stem from the reducing quality of the indoor air of your home. People typically notice the outdoor air quality relatively quick, but they do not always realize the indoor air can have the same impact. Frequently responsible for the poor indoor air quality is generally ductwork that is insufficient or has clogs. A reputable expert can rectify the ductwork and improve the indoor air of your home and inadvertently increase the efficiency of your HVAC system.
Central Air Conditioning Repairs, Clean & Check Tune Up Maintenance & More in Springfield, Granby, Holyoke, South Hadley, Monson, Chicopee & Agawam Massachusetts
There are many issues that can occur at the end of the summer, the above are just a few of the common problems. Before the air conditioner is no longer needed for the season, it is in your better interest to ensure repairs are made and the unit is ready for the off-season to avid serious issues that can affect your central heating as well as worsening problems for the next season. Call Ambient Heating & Air Conditioning and let our qualified professionals improve your central air!