Covenant Heating and Cooling Blog: Archive for September, 2018

AC Showing Signs of Trouble? Don’t Neglect It Now

Monday, September 17th, 2018

male-technician-repairing-air-conditioning-unitWouldn’t it be nice if you could find a place that would tell you how to avoid any problems with your air conditioner 100% indefinitely over the life of that system? We aren’t that place, in case you were wondering! But what we CAN do is help you avoid the biggest and most emergent AC repairs, by performing annual or biannual maintenance on your HVAC system.

Scheduling routine maintenance is really the best way to prevent air conditioning repair in Gallatin, TN, but what if you didn’t have it done before summer began? Since fall is just a few short days away, can you just skip it this year, and wait until next spring to address it? Well if you don’t mind risking catastrophic issues with your system next year (or, even, before this cooling season is over).

Alright, we’re not trying to scare you. But we are trying to stress the importance of tackling AC repair needs right when they crop up. So, how can you do so?

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“There’s No Cooling Coming from My Cooling System”

Monday, September 3rd, 2018

woman-feeling-hot-using-fanThe official end of summer may be just a few weeks away, however, if you’ve lived here for even just a year, then you know how the heat and humidity can linger. Therefore, if something is wrong with your air conditioner, then you want Hendersonville, TN air conditioning repair now, not later.

Given how hard AC systems have to work during this stretch of the year, it should come as no surprise that right about now is when HVAC technicians get a lot of emergency repair calls. Hopefully, you had annual maintenance done at the beginning of summer to prevent the costliest of repairs, but issues can still crop up. And one of the most common repair needs we get calls for is a loss of cooling power.

But why does this happen? Does it just mean your air conditioner is old and needs to be replaced? Well, maybe, but probably not! Below are a few reasons an otherwise healthy air conditioner might have a loss of cooling power.

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