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An air conditioner that’s not keeping you cool could be suffering from a number of ailments. Clearwater, FL, summers are too hot to go without power-packed, up-and-at-’em AC, so let’s look at what may be keeping your air conditioner from performing as it should:

1. How Old is Your Cooling System?

Air conditioners usually last for 10 to 15 years with annual maintenance, but cooling performance can decline over time. Efficiency definitely drops as the unit ages. If you have an older system that doesn’t need AC repair but still won’t keep you cool, there are some things you can do to help to keep it going, but your cooling costs will probably increase going forward. If you want a system that’s sure to keep you cool and offers energy efficiency too, your best bet is air conditioner replacement.

2. Have you Maintained the Unit?

The best insurance against poor cooling performance and a shortened lifespan of your air conditioner is annual maintenance. During air conditioning service, your technician will optimize your unit for high performance and efficient operation. Schedule AC maintenance to see if that helps. Your technician may detect problems that are interfering with cooling output; AC repair can correct these issues and restore indoor comfort.

3. Has Your Duct Work Been Inspected?

Dirty, leaky ducts can cost you money and interfere with cooling output. According to ENERGY STAR, air conditioners can lose up to 20 percent of cooling efficiency through leaky ducts. The upshot is that your air conditioner works harder but gives you less cool air. Have your ducts inspected every few years. Your technician will seal any leaks and remove obstructions and debris that may be interfering with airflow.

To learn more about AC performance in your Clearwater, FL, home, including why your unit is not blowing enough cold air to keep you cool, call Advanced Cooling Systems today at (727) 213-5888 .

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