Summers here in Marietta, GA can be brutal with scorching temperatures that don’t let up even in the evening. When the heat has got you all but beat, it’s time to call in an air conditioning company to install or repair your system so you and your family can relax in comfort the way you deserve. Snappy Electric, Plumbing, Heating, & Air is here for all of your AC needs. Call today!
Air conditioning solutions we offer:
- Air Conditioning Repairs
- Air Conditioning Installations
- Ductless Mini Split AC Systems
- Air Handler Services
- Evaporator Coil Services
- Refrigeration Repair
- UV Air Sanitizers
- Home Energy Solutions
- Air Duct Sealing
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How To Know If Your Air Conditioner Needs a Tune Up
Summer is not the time to find out that your air conditioner is on the fritz, so it’s a good idea to test it before the temperatures begin to rise. You can tell if your ac isn’t up to the job by these signs.
- Lukewarm air
- Poor Airflow
- Squealing or Grinding Noises
- Foul Odors
- Temperature Differences Between Rooms
If you want to be ready for when Mother Nature cranks up the heat, call an air conditioning contractor today for an air conditioning tune up and be ready.
Steps to Maintain Your Air Conditioner
An air conditioner is an expensive appliance, and that’s why you should perform routine maintenance to keep it running in tip top shape so it’ll give you great service for many years. Here are four tips to keep your ac unit running smoothly.
- Clean or Change your Filters
- Clean Your AC Coils
- Straighten Your AC’s Fins
- Clear Debris From Your AC Unit
If you’re unsure how to do this, or you’re worried about damaging your unit, call an AC contractor and ask them about performing maintenance on your system.
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How Often Should I Service My Air Conditioner?
In order to keep your AC unit in proper working order, and to ensure that it’s ready for summer, you need to perform routine maintenance on it. Most experts say that a once a year cleaning and tune up is sufficient to keep your unit ready to go. Have your unit serviced in the spring so it’s ready for summer.
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