Shaw's Air Conditioning & Heating Blog: Posts Tagged ‘AC Repair’

4 Signs You Need AC Repair

Monday, July 15th, 2019

air-conditioner-repairKnowing when you need air conditioning repair isn’t always a clear cut thing. Air conditioning problems are a little more complex than people give them credit for. The problems that you’re used to are sometimes a little murky. It’s common for people to interpret a real air conditioning problem they’re having as a minor inconvenience in their home instead. Don’t delude yourself into dealing with an AC problem—it will only lead to an even bigger, larger scale AC problem or a complete system breakdown.

If you’d like quality air conditioning repair services, you can contact our team. We’re proud of the AC repair in Tulare, CA that we’ve performed throughout the years. If you want air conditioning services that you know you can count on, you need the services from our team.

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Don’t Procrastinate—Schedule Your AC Repair Appointment Today!

Monday, June 17th, 2019

ac-system-in-need-of-repairIt’s hot, hot, hot here in Selma now. If you’re having trouble with your air conditioning system in any way during this time of year, it’s the right time for you to call our team and schedule an appointment. Procrastination is the mortal enemy of a healthy air conditioning system all year round. But it’s an especially bad enemy during times of the year like summer.

If you want a healthy, cost-effective cooling system for your home make sure that you contact our team at the first sign of trouble. If you’re looking for air conditioning repair in Selma, CA make sure that you contact our team today. We’ve served central California since 2004.

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What’s Causing a Spike in My AC Bill?

Monday, September 10th, 2018

air-conditioning-technicianFall has arrived and temperatures have cooled off in many places across the United States. But here in Central California, we know that we’ll need to rely on our air conditioners for a little while longer. If you’ve noticed a rise in your energy bill this season but haven’t made any drastic changes in your cooling habits, your air conditioner isn’t working as efficiently as it should be.

We’ve created this list to help you pinpoint this issue that’s caused your AC bill to rise but it’s still important to have a professional take a look at your system and determine if you’ll need any repairs. Our technicians at Shaw’s Air Conditioning & Heating perform the best air conditioning repairs in Visalia, CA and we’re prepared to fix your system too.

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Common AC Problems to Look for This Summer

Monday, May 9th, 2016

As the summer wears on, you’re going to start relying on your air conditioner more and more often to keep your home cool. That means that the strain on the system is going to keep increasing, which means there are greater chances for problems to crop up. If you want to keep your air conditioner in the best possible shape, you’re going to need to keep an eye out for signs that the system needs repairs. Read on for some of the common air conditioning problems that you might face this summer.

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The Problem of Air Conditioner Ice

Monday, April 11th, 2016

As you start to rely on your air conditioner more and more often this summer, you may notice at some point that your system is icing over. This may seem like a good thing, considering that air conditioners are supposed to be cooling your home’s air. However, air conditioner ice is actually a symptom of a pretty big problem that needs to be dealt with. Let’s take a look at what causes air conditioner ice, and why it’s a threat.

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How Refrigerant Interacts with Your Air Conditioning System

Monday, September 7th, 2015

We’ve written about the problems caused by low refrigerant, but we haven’t discussed what refrigerant actually does in the system. We feel that the more you know about the inner workings of your air conditioner, the better you’ll be able to identify signs of possible problems. With that in mind, let’s take a look at how refrigerant interacts with your air conditioning system.

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The Dangers of Air Conditioner Short-Cycling

Monday, August 24th, 2015

Have you ever noticed your air conditioner turning itself on and off every couple of minutes, without really blowing cool air? If so, then your air conditioner is short-cycling and you have a problem. Short-cycling is a significant issue that locks the air conditioner into its startup cycle. If not addressed, short-cycling can actually cause the air conditioner to break down completely. Read on for more information about the causes of short-cycling, and the damage it can do to your air conditioner if not handled properly.

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