We’re sure that you’ve spent the last few months running
your air conditioner pretty faithfully. After all, it’s hot these days here in Dallas,
TX. Maybe in the last few weeks, you’ve noticed that your air conditioner is
getting louder and louder. There are some odd noises that are starting to occur
when you run your air conditioner too. You’re not sure what’s going on, but you
know that it isn’t good.
It’s just non-negotiable. We can be the ones to help you get your air conditioner back on track. If you start to feel like you need air conditioning repair in Dallas, TX, we should be the first people that you call. We know how to handle your air conditioning repair and make it a breeze.
You Don’t Want to Hear This
Here are a few sounds that you never want to hear coming
from your air conditioner.
Your air conditioner is normally background noise, but lately
it sounds more like someone is standing in your kitchen banging around all your
pots and pans. This isn’t good. More often than not, a loud banging sound
indicates an issue with your air conditioners compressor.
If your thermostat is the brain of your system and the vents
are the veins, then your compressor would be the heart. It’s in charge of getting
things flowing through your home. A problem with a compressor is a real cause
for concern. You don’t have to scramble though. We’re going to help you get to
the bottom of the issue.
You turn on your air conditioner and the sound it makes is
all too familiar. It’s the sound that you hear when you’re rattling around in
your glove compartment trying to find change for the meter.
A tinny, rattling is typically an indicator that you’ve got
a loose part. This is something that you might be tempted to ignore at first.
Sure the sound that you’re hearing is quite annoying, but it doesn’t always
effect your cooling right away. Trust us when we saw that it will in no time. It
also has the potential to damage other parts of your air conditioning system
We know what you might be thinking here—“What? I thought I wanted
my air conditioner to be quiet?”
Quiet? Yes. Silent? No.
Your air conditioner should never be silent. An air
conditioner is going to give off a little noise when it runs. You might hear
the sound of your vents expanding and contracting with the change of
temperature or a soft whooshing sound of air rushing out into your home. You
might even hear the faint clicking sound of your thermostat kicking on your
system if you’re listening really closely.
If you hear silence, then you’re probably struggling with
non-starting. This is an issue, but we can get to the bottom of it. Call our
team for help.
Contact Republic Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. today to schedule an appointment with our team members. Revolutionizing the Customer Experience.