Greenleaf Heating & Cooling Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Air Conditioner Repairs’

3 Qualities to Look for in a New Air Conditioning Service

Monday, May 7th, 2018

air-conditioning-maintenanceNo one likes to think about their air conditioner running into problems, especially here in southern California, where temperatures in the summer can soar into triple digits. But if your system runs into trouble, you want the right team to be there and perform the proper service quickly and effectively. How do you know which service that is? In most cases, you want to determine that well before you have need of such a service.

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How to Cut Your Air Conditioning Bills This Summer

Monday, March 26th, 2018

zone-control-systemWith the coming of spring, we’ve been treated to a great deal of rain here in Southern California: something we desperately need. Soon enough, however, the summer is going to hit us hard, and that means sky-high temperatures and an increased need for your air conditioning system.

To a certain extent, higher AC bills in the summer are inevitable. You’ll be running your system far longer than you do in the winter, after all. But just because you’re paying more for your air conditioning in the summer doesn’t mean you should pay more than is absolutely necessary. With a few weeks to go before the temperatures really start to ramp up, now is the time to take serious steps to cut your air conditioning bills. We’ve provided a few handy tips below.

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Winter Is an Excellent Time to Schedule Air Conditioning Repair Services

Monday, January 29th, 2018

air-conditioning-maintenance“Winter” means something very different here in Southern California than it does to most of the rest of the country. We don’t get any deep freezes and even on the coldest nights, the weather rarely dips below freezing.

We still use heating systems to keep warm, but homeowners tend to focus much more on air conditioning. There’s little need for your AC at the moment, but that could change at any time – unexpected heat waves are hardly uncommon – and soon enough, you’ll be called upon to run it on a daily basis just to keep your home comfortable.

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Frost on Your Coils Needs an AC Repair Call

Monday, October 9th, 2017

frost-on-ACIf you’ve ever looked at the interior of your air conditioner, you may have noticed frost or ice building up on the coils. It may not seem like a big deal and in fact can make a certain amount of sense. After all, air conditioners are supposed to be cold. Why wouldn’t there be a little frost or ice built up?  Unfortunately, that assumption is wrong. Frost on the coils is a sign of significant problems with the system and usually requires the services of a trained technician to correct. 

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How to Tell if You Need Air Conditioning Repair

Monday, September 11th, 2017

air-conditioning-repairHot days don’t stop just because the calendar is moving towards fall, and chances are your air conditioner has already been pushed to the maximum for the last few months. Repair calls are quite common this time of year, since older units, having handled daily work for months on end, finally get to the point where they need a repair call.

With weeks to go until the weather cools and any problem simply getting worse the more you run the air conditioner, you need to get any problem treated by a professional technician immediately.

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AC Repair Calls Can Come Day or Night

Monday, August 28th, 2017

AC-repair-servicesAir conditioners are far more than a luxury in Southern California, especially in the foothill communities where temperatures can hit triple digits well past Labor Day. We never anticipate a sudden, unexpected breakdown in an air conditioner, but when it comes, you need to get it dealt with fast before your home feels as hot and unpleasant as the outside air does.

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How to Tell If You Should Replace an Older Air Conditioner

Monday, August 14th, 2017

air-conditioning-repairSummertime is here, and in Southern California, that means soaring temperatures. Heat waves can hit use at anytime, with the mercury climbing well above 100 degrees in the bargain, and if you have an older air conditioner, the strain of keeping it running might prove to be too much. We get a lot of repair calls this time of years and an equal number of replacement calls as well. You simply can’t go without a functioning air conditioner in this part of the world in August, but the difference in cost between a simple repair job and a flat-out replacement can be considerable. How can you tell when an older air conditioner just needs fixing and when you need to put it out to pasture in favor of a new one?

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Check Your Air Conditioner for Signs of Trouble

Monday, March 13th, 2017

Winters tend to be very mild here in Southern California, even wet ones like this year. And warm temperatures come sooner and sooner every year. Even though it won’t officially be spring for another week, you’re probably using your air conditioning system already to help keep your home comfortable, and that AC use is only going to increase in the next few weeks and months.

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