With summer around the corner, you want to make sure your air conditioner is ready to keep your Roxboro, North Carolina, home cool and comfortable. But how can you prevent your system from breaking down right when you need it the most? If you start to notice any of these four signs, you’ll likely need an AC replacement soon:

It’s Blowing Hot Air

If your thermostat is set to cooling mode but your system is blowing hot air, you might need an AC replacement. This hot air can indicate several problems like a broken compressor, restricted airflow or even a refrigerant leak. Contact a professional to identify and fix the issue before running your air conditioner.

Frequent Cycles

It’s normal for your air conditioner to cycle every so often, especially during the hottest summer days when cooling demand is higher. Regardless, if you notice your system starts to cycle constantly, this could be a sign of a bigger issue. A service technician will be able to identify whether a quick tuneup can resolve the frequent cycling or if a complete system replacement is necessary.

Unusual Sounds

Most air conditioners make a quiet noise when they start-up or shut down, and that’s OK. But if you hear loud and unusual noises like grinding, grating or squealing, it’s time to call a professional. These sounds can indicate various issues like loose parts or broken components. Thankfully, if addressed early enough, these problems can often be remedied before a complete AC replacement is needed.

Unpleasant Odors

No one wants unpleasant odors at home. If you suspect bad smells are coming from your HVAC system, it’s important to have an expert inspect the issue and provide the best solution. Sometimes a tune-up and complete cleaning of the unit will help. If the odors persist, our unit might need to be replaced.

If your system is showing any of the four signs above, our team at Ted’s HVAC is ready to help. Learn more about our AC replacement and repair services by contacting our experts today.

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