Red Rock Mechanical, LLC Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Air Conditioner Repair’

An Early AC Problem to Watch For: Ice on the Indoor Coil

Monday, June 12th, 2017

tools-on-ac-unitThe weather is warming up here during last weeks of spring. The hot days are still yet to come as we move toward July, but you can expect to have your air conditioning system hard at work before then.

It’s important to us that you have an AC that will make it through the summer with few problems. Of course, we’re glad to have your business whenever you need air conditioning repairs in Plattsburgh, NY or elsewhere in Northwest Vermont and Northeast New York. But we also want you to enjoy the best in comfort and energy savings, and that means helping you find ways to avoid having to call us for emergency services.

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Taking the AC for a Test Run to Prepare for Warm Weather

Monday, April 3rd, 2017

fan-on-white-backgroundNow that spring has arrived—officially, if not as far as the weather is concerned—you’re probably making various “spring cleaning” plans and prepping your home for the middle of the year and the change in seasons. One of the important tasks to take care of is to arrange for a routine maintenance inspection and tune-up for the air conditioner, something we talked about in our previous blog post.

Regular maintenance gives an AC the best chance to make it through the coming summer without problems. But maintenance isn’t magic, and it’s a good idea to give your air conditioner a “test run” yourself a few weeks afterwards and before the real heat arrives. There are a number of common air conditioning problems that can strike even a system with the best regular maintenance, so it’s wise to be as prepared as possible. Testing the air conditioner allows you to catch any lingering trouble and have it fixed in time for summer weather.

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How a Clogged Air Conditioning Drain Can Create Serious Problems

Monday, September 7th, 2015

We’re coming to the end of the summer season, and cooler weather is not far away. But you need to keep vigilant about AC problems at this time of the year, since wear and tear from the summer can build-up to the point that the system can suffer serious damage. An air conditioner should never shut off for the season with a lingering malfunction, since it could mean more serious problems when the cooling system comes back on.

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Watch Out for These Late Season Air Conditioning Problems!

Monday, August 17th, 2015

August is often a rough month when it comes to air conditioning. The hot weather still hasn’t let up, but the poor AC has already experienced a few months of steady work keeping the home cooled down. This is the time when an air conditioning system is most likely to encounter malfunctions as the wear and tear catch up with it.

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