Ace Air, Inc. Blog: Posts Tagged ‘AC Repair’

Our Guide to Preventing Air Conditioning Repair

Monday, October 9th, 2017

air-filter-vent-changeTemperatures are finally dropping, but slowly, and we’re still dealing with above-average heat for an October in the Central Valley. If you live in Turlock, you can plan to keep running your air conditioner for a little while longer. And at the end of the season, one thing you definitely don’t want to deal with is a broken-down system.

Prevent major air conditioning repair needs by relying on our friendly team. We’re here to offer you a guide to prevent AC repair at any time of year, but this may come in handy as the heat comes to a close and you don’t have emergency repairs factored into the budget.

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What Should You Do When Refrigerant Leaks?

Monday, August 28th, 2017

air-conditioning-maintenance-repairWhen we show up to fix an air conditioner that just is not cooling a home enough, we often get the same question: “Does it just need more Freon?”

We actually call this refrigerant in the industry, and it’s happened to all of our technicians more than once. In some cases, the homeowner is right! However, there’s usually more to it than this. A broken air conditioner might require more refrigerant, or it could be in need of any number of repairs!

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Everyday Habits that May Lead to Air Conditioning Repair

Monday, July 31st, 2017

low-thermostat-settingIn this part of California, air conditioning repair becomes necessary far too often. We get busy during the hotter months—and while we’re happy for the opportunity to serve our community, we’d rather you had the tools you needed to cool off without having to worry about a major system breakdown.

When you live in a hot climate like ours, you do whatever you can to stay cool and comfortable. Sometimes, the steps we take to attempt to lower the temperature and stay cooler for longer actually wear down the AC equipment and make it more likely to break. Avoiding these everyday habits may reduce your chances and keep the AC running for longer.

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