Signs You’re Overworking Your AC System

October 1, 2019

Hunter's Air & Heat, Inc. understands the importance of having a reliable AC system. A unit that’s too small for your home won’t be able to cool each room evenly. It will also leave hot spots throughout your house. Trying to cool too large of space can overwork your unit and cause a wide variety of issues. Take the time to pay attention to signs that you’re overworking your AC system. If you notice any of these signs, it’s important to have a professional take a look at your system to see if there’s anything wrong.

Sudden Increases in Your Energy Bills

If your energy bills have suddenly gone up, it could be because your cooling system is working harder than normal. There are a variety of reasons this can be. An HVAC professional can determine the cause of the problem and determine if a repair needs to be made.

Unusual Noises

An AC system that’s working at maximum capacity could start to make unusual noises. These noises could indicate that there are broken or worn-out parts that need to be replaced by a professional.

Frequent Cycling On and Off

An air conditioner that needs professional attention could start turning on and off more frequently than normal. This continual cycling can put added stress on the various parts of your unit and cause them to wear down more quickly than normal and break at inopportune times.

Your Trusted Air Conditioning Company

Hunter's Air & Heat, Inc. is proud to be a locally owned and operated company in Boling-Iago, TX. We proudly maintain an A+ rating with the BBB. We’re a Carrier factory-authorized dealer and are committed to offering our customers sound advice. Our NATE-certified technicians are meticulous and dedicated to complete customer satisfaction. We’re highly experienced with AC repair, maintenance, installation, and replacement.

To learn more about how we could serve your AC system needs, give Hunter's Air & Heat, Inc. a call today. We also offer sheet metal fabrication, attic insulation, air duct cleaning and sealing, indoor air quality services, and energy savings agreements.

Tags: ,