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You don't have to settle with maintaining that old swamp cooler AC unit. Let SoBellas Home Services set up with a brand new refrigerated air AC unit to beat back that brutal summer heat.
EL PASO, TX, September 09, 2020 /24-7PressRelease/ -- All these questions come to mind when the unexpected happens but there are signs for when an AC unit is about to go out. Let's look over a few of them down below.
Leakage and moisture around the AC unit
While it is normal to see a little condensation around an AC unit, "it's not when you start seeing puddles or notice refrigerant leaking" says Mike with SoBellas. This is often a major problem that needs to be addressed immediately. Most leaks are caused by a clogged line but getting an AC looked at by a professional is the only way to know for sure. Depending on where your AC is located, this leakage can cause a lot of damage to wooden floors and furniture.
Really poor airflow
Your AC needs a good flow of air to work properly. Over time, an AC unit filter can get clogged with dust, dirt, and other things. If there's a condenser coil, the big AC component, outside your home then this can get clogged with stuff like leaves and other debris. Sometimes this clogging can be cleared up by cleaning the filter but other issues could arise if a clogged filter is ignored over a period of time. Mike says "This usually means a fan or compressor going out."
AC units, from room AC units to outside ones, all have electrical components that should be checked on a regular basis. This includes the fan, sensors, any kind of wiring, and the compressor. If an AC has to shut off and on it can put a lot of strain on these components and cause them to go out. It's always a good idea to check these if an AC unit has a habit of shutting on and off, this is typically found in AC units that are too big for the area that they try to cool.
A lot of these issues are found in the old dial-type thermostats. Mike said "A lot of these thermostats have their calibrations off so it's really hard to set them where you want them." This issue can be easy to fix but that depends on the type of thermostat you have. The programmable ones may be a lot more difficult to replace than the dial type.
SoBellas Home Services
The heat in El Paso, TX can get brutal during the summer months. SoBellas Home Services has been helping the El Paso community repair, replace and maintain their AC units since 2010. Their history in appliances stretches way back to 1975, so they have the experience and the knowledge to switch out that old swamp cooler AC unit with something a lot more up to date and reliable.
Ready to replace that old AC unit?
So you've decided that it's best to get that old AC unit replaced and you want a new one but don't have a lot of money on hand? "No problem." According to Mike. SoBellas Home Services has a 0% APR with No money down offer for people looking to convert to refrigerated air! They have a no-obligation estimate, 100% financing with 0% interest OAC for Las Cruces and El Paso and this can come with payments as low as $75.00.
You don't have to settle with maintaining that old swamp cooler AC unit. Let SoBellas Home Services and their professionals get you set up with a brand new refrigerated air AC unit to beat back that brutal, El Paso summer heat.
Click here to get started or Call to schedule an estimate-(915) 585-2811.
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