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You’ve taken all the right steps to ensure that your A/C is efficient, properly installed and suitable for your home. You keep track of filter changes. You schedule routine appointments for basic maintenance and always listen to the experienced technicians at Advanced Cooling Systems when they recommend air conditioning repair.

Would it shock you to learn that your air conditioner may still leave you sweating by the end of the summer? Temperatures can rise quickly in Florida, so it’s important that you watch and listen for the following signs of trouble.

The Air Is Getting Warmer

One of the most immediate signs that your system needs air conditioning repair is a trend toward warmer air. It’s easier to catch this if you leave your thermostat on the same temperature setting for a long period of time. When the house starts to heat up, it’s time to call Advanced Cooling Systems.

You may also notice that an air conditioner in need of repair is satisfyingly cold one day and not so cool the next. If the temperature inside your home seems unstable, you may start to ask, “Is it just me, or do you feel that, too?” Trust your instinct so that you catch a potential problem early on.

An Odd Odor

It’s common for your HVAC system to create a strong smell when you first turn it on for the cold season, but you shouldn’t smell burning or any other odors coming from your vents when the air conditioner is in operation. Even a slight smell is your signal to call the professionals to rule out necessary repairs or even a dirty unit that simply needs cleaned.

Moisture Indoors

You may see water dripping from your outdoor HVAC unit, but you should never see any sign of moisture accumulating near your vents inside the house. This is a big red flag that signals immediate attention from our technicians.

Are you ready to learn about air conditioning repairs that could keep your A/C humming through the summer? Give us a call at (727) 213-5888 for trustworthy, prompt information.

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