Air Conditioning

Air Conditioning Service

Beginning mid-April the temperatures in the North Carolina start to reach the into the 80 degree mark and the use of you cooling system. Most a/c systems sit idle during the NC winter months and can develop problems home owners are not aware off. You need your AC to be in the best condition possible throughout the summer months so that it’s as effective and as energy efficient as possible, but most homeowners don’t have their air conditioners serviced until serious problems have developed. By that time, they’ll need much more complicated and more extensive repairs.

If your AC is going to break down, it’s likely going to happen when the unit is being used the most, which is when the weather is the hottest. So, if air conditioning problems aren’t taken care of as soon as possible, the chance of your air conditioner breaking down while temperatures are extreme is very high, and that often leads to homeowners needing emergency repairs.

At Air Medics Heating and Cooling, our NATE and EPA certified air conditioning Technicians will do whatever it takes to keep your cooling system in the best condition possible throughout the year. As soon as you notice any problems with your AC, call 910.814.2555 and one of our CSRs will schedule an appointment.

Air Medics NC Repairs and Services all brands of Air Conditioners, to schedule an appointment, call us at (910) 814-2555 for prompt service. We offer quick and reliable service, 7-days a week.

Common Problems with AC Systems

There are many components in an Air Conditioning system that can cause poor cooling performance and increased energy use.
The condenser sends sub-cooled refrigerant to the indoor evaporator in your home where the heat exchange process takes place. The inside fan moves air across the evaporator and extracts heat from the air. This conditioned air travels through the duct system to be distributed throughout your home. Anything that restricts or disrupts this process will make it more difficult for your AC to function properly, which raises your energy costs.
Your AC’s condenser removes hot air from your home. If you place one of your hands near the condenser, you should feel hot air escaping. If you don’t, there’s likely a problem with this part of the system. If you notice ice on the outside lines exiting your home, there is a problem. Continuing to allow the system to run will only exacerbate the icing issue and lengthen your repair time and cost. If you notice the a/c system not functioning correctly the system should be turned off otherwise it could cause a number of more serious issues and costly repairs. Pick up the phone and call the Professionals Air Medics Heating & Cooling as soon as possible.