MarGo Plumbing Heating Cooling Inc. Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Air Conditioning Repair’

Why Air Conditioners Need Clean Filters

Monday, July 15th, 2019

man-with-filterYou’ll need air conditioning repair in Wayne, NJ, at some point. That doesn’t mean that you should just accept this fate and give up on protecting your AC from operational problems as much as possible, though. Sure, your system is going to run into trouble from time to time. That is true of any mechanical system. There are plenty of ways in which you can keep any such problems as few and far between as possible, though.

Scheduling routine air conditioning maintenance with trained professionals is the big one. You cannot afford to skip routine maintenance if you really want your air conditioner to function at peak performance and efficiency level. Our Makes $ense Maintenance Program makes that simpler than ever. However, you’ll need to change your air filter on a regular basis on your own, too. It’s a simple step that is hugely beneficial for any forced air system. Read on to learn more about how clean filters benefit ACs.

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Clean Coils Are Essential to AC Performance

Monday, July 1st, 2019

man-with-fanWhat do you think of when you think of air conditioning problems? A system that won’t start up? An air conditioner with a dreaded refrigerant leak? Maybe a system that short cycles? These are all obvious problems, but they’re also big-picture issues. What about the more “minor” problems that can have big implications for your system if left unaddressed? Something like, say, dirty coils? Because if your AC’s coils are dirty, you’re asking for trouble!

Today, we are going to explore the potential consequences of allowing your coils to get too dirty. It may not sound like a huge deal, but it can lead to major problems for your air conditioning system. You may even find yourself in need of air conditioning repairs in Roseland, NJ, that could otherwise have been easily avoided. So read on, and remember to contact a member of our team for any AC services that you may need.

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Outdoor AC Unit Problems

Monday, August 13th, 2018

outdoor-ac-unitFor a central air conditioning system, it’s standard that one unit remains outdoors, and the other one remains indoors. The outdoor unit is crucial for dispelling the warm air absorbed by the indoor unit. Yet, the outdoor unit is the one that’s forced to withstand all the elements. The outdoor unit has to endure extreme weather, dirt, animals, and more.

Meanwhile, the indoor AC unit is nice and cozy inside the home. It’s not fair, but that’s just the way it is.

At the very least, we can warn you about some of the potential problems that an outdoor AC unit can encounter.

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End of the Season Air Conditioning Repair Tips

Monday, September 25th, 2017

air-conditioner-outside-wrenchHow many times have you completed a project at the last minute only to suffer some unforeseen consequences? Hopefully, you’ve learned that completing a big project at the last minute is rarely a good idea, nor is waiting too long to service your car or fix a leaky roof. Still, we understand the urge to wait to repair your air conditioning system, especially when the warmer weather comes to a close and you don’t really need the AC for much longer, if at all.

However, your air conditioner could probably use a little care at the end of the summer and beginning of fall, and you’ll thank yourself when the warmer weather comes around next year. Here are some things you can do to keep your central air conditioner in good shape.

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How to Prevent Air Conditioning Repair

Monday, August 14th, 2017

ac-maintenance-repairIt’s hard to say why air conditioners break when they do. Your air conditioning system may be working just fine one day but refuse to start up the next. On the other hand, air conditioners may wear out slowly, with noticeably reduced performance that one day leads to a not-entirely-unexpected system breakdown.

While technicians cannot tell you exactly when an air conditioner will break, they can help you to take the necessary steps to prevent the air conditioner from breaking in the first place. They can detect that a part of your air conditioner is failing so that you can replace or repair it before you ever have to worry about a system breakdown. And that all starts with a tune-up.

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Could Your Air Conditioner Just Need More Refrigerant?

Monday, July 3rd, 2017

refrigerant-ac-systemA question we get a lot when we show up for AC repair is, “Does it just need more Freon?” This is something homeowners hope for, likely because they’ve heard it’s an easy solution. After all, when a car’s air conditioner stops working, the technician might say they can just recharge the refrigerant.

However, this might not be the case. First of all, your air conditioner has a lot of electrical and mechanical components and any one of them could be responsible for your cooling breakdown. Issues can also get worse over time, which is why it’s so important to call in technicians as soon as possible after an AC breakdown. In addition, a refrigerant leak is not something to be treated as normal.

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