3 Signs of Air Conditioning Problems You Need To Fix Immediately

You wake up in the middle of the night drenched in your own sweat. The room is damp and humid. You remember clearly that you turned the air conditioner on before dozing off. What do you think could have happened? Well, a broken air conditioner is what happened. Yes, this happens. In fact, it happens quite a lot, especially to those who don’t know how to properly take care of their air conditioners.

If your air conditioners are working fine, that’s great. Keep doing what you’re doing. But when your air conditioner is showing signs of deterioration, you need to be more mindful about it. The last thing you want is to wake up from a deep sleep, hot and uncomfortable and possibly furious, knowing that it would be impossible to go back to sleep again in that temperature. Air conditioners are just like any other appliance you have in your home. Although they are built to last, their shelf life largely relies on how you take care of them. If you notice your air conditioner is acting up, have it fixed right away. Don’t wait until it becomes irreparable.

Here are three signs of air conditioning problems that need immediate fixing.

  1. You hear strange noises.

Air conditioners are supposed to run silently so when you hear a rattling or clicking sound, that’s already a clear indication that something is wrong. It could be due to loosened parts. When this is the problem, you can reattach or tighten them to stop the noise. If the noise persists, you should not ignore it. The solution? Have a mechanic inspect your air conditioner. They can diagnose the problem and inform you if the compressor needs to be replaced of if the blower is unbalanced.

  1. You and your family are constantly sick.

Do you know that your air conditioner can make you sick? According to the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology, dirty and grimy air filters can trigger sinus congestion and allergic reactions. In rare cases, it can even lead to death. This is because your air filter harbours dirt, dust, pollen, DNA and mould. Every time you turn your air conditioner on, what you’re doing is inhaling these toxic contaminants triggering the allergic response. The solution? The only way to remove these harmful contaminants is to have a professional remove them. It’s dangerous to clean your air conditioner by yourself especially if mould is evident. Your professional cleaning company knows how to effectively and efficiently remove all harmful debris from your air conditioner, so you can breathe clean, healthy air again.

  1. It no longer cools the room.

The sole purpose of air conditioners is to cool homes and offices. If it no longer circulates cool air then it’s probably because of a dirty air filter. Over time, dust, dirt and debris will start to accumulate in the air filter and this can impede the flow of air, thereby compromising its ability to release cool air. The solution? Call your trusted air conditioning cleaning company to give it a thorough clean. They have the knowledge and the tools needed to restore it back to its previous state.

Air conditioners have become an essential part of our day-to-day lives so when something goes wrong, make sure you fix it right away. Luckily, these common air conditioner problems can be resolved if you know who to ask for help.

At HydroKleen, we have a team of specialists who are experts in removing organisms such as bacteria, fungi, mould and mildew in air conditioners. These are harmful toxins that are responsible for making you and your family sick.  Our comprehensive air conditioning cleaning service will make sure that the air you breathe is fresh and clean to reduce the probability of sickness such as asthma caused by organisms trapped in your air conditioners. Not only will you enjoy good health, you’ll also lengthen the shelf life of your air conditioners.

If you would like to know more about the HydroKleen System, please email our support office on service@hydrokleen.com.au or visit our website www.hydrokleen.com.au.

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