There is nothing worse than hearing the moaning and groaning of an air-cooling unit deciding it has had enough and is packing its bags for retirement, I dread the sound if it comes to it for our house, thankfully this has not happened.
My friend, however, has not been so lucky. Having moved into her new apartment only a few months ago the issues started creeping in without her noticing, or if it did, she didn’t think it to be too big of a problem that it could wait a couple of weeks or even months.
The previous owners claimed it was all up to scratch and the maintenance plan was up to date, but for some reason, her air conditioner unit was not chilling the house as expected.
If you are finding yourself in a similar situation, click here https://www.wikihow.com/Check-Your-Air-Conditioner-Before-Calling-for-Service for a few basics to check that your unit is in working order and if not the possible reasons why.
It was a considerably hot season which is the reason she thought it may well be working perfectly fine but it was just an extreme summer, her partner on the other hand always looking to have things in tip-top shape decided to have his friend come over to have a quick look, and well done to him for that.
The outcome of the quick maintenance check showed that it was past its upgrade date, which although being well looked after and thus considered to be in good nick, it had run its course, it was time for a new system.
3 Tips to consider when choosing an air conditioner.
- Size. We may not always want to believe but in this situation, size does matter. Be sure you know the square meters when AC unit shopping. Too big a room and the unit can run for hours and never cool the atmosphere, too small and you end up wearing jumpers indoors, balance is key.
- Speed. Does the box have a remote control with multiple settings, can it be operated at a minimally invasive speed for a relaxed, chilled home on a summers evening, or is it one speed which needs to be monitored through the day and night?
A lot of factors are taken into account before the final purchase, see some facts in this link for other options and features you may not have thought of or considered but wouldn’t mind having, but also opinions from other people on how they went about the process of choosing their cooling unit.
- Style and model. The final choice is the style you want, there is a range to suit everyone from free-standing which is easy to move around or if you move home, central which allows the cool air to flow to all the rooms via ducts, and then window whereby the box is essentially sitting on the window sill, half in and half out, but is a permanent fixture.
The choice ultimately boils down to preference, lifestyle, and most importantly budget, take your time so you don’t rush into a bad purchase which you end up regretting.
You have now had your cooling system in place for several years, the maintenance program seems to be working and on track, but there tends to come a time when something just isn’t sitting well and it is beginning to leak water or make odd sounds.
The time has come to call in the help of the professionals.
You ideally want a reliable and reputable company that, if referred by friends or family would be the better option, but which is well known and has been in business for several years. An AC repair company with experience under their belt gives you peace of mind that they have seen and dealt with most situations and have completed the task successfully.
For the quality of service you can trust head on over to Airview Air Conditioning for customer service you deserve and professionalism while repairing your air conditioner back to working condition.
Reading company websites in their reviews section will give you a great indication of the service you are likely to receive because we all know we like to leave comments when we have a chance and give our opinions, am I right?