Central air conditioning service in Lebanon JN sometimes becomes necessary outside of the regular maintenance work completed yearly by a qualified technician. Problems can develop with a motor, the wiring between the condenser and the indoor equipment, or other components. In some instances, the problem turns out to be with the thermostat or with wiring elsewhere in the electrical system.
The need for
central air conditioning service in Lebanon NJ should not occur very
often since the equipment is not run most of the year. Homeowners
typically only need to operate their air conditioners occasionally
from May through September, with more frequent use in July and
rarely reach the 90s in this region, but it often gets close in
mid-to-late summer. Most men and women like to have the central air
running when the mercury reaches into the 80s, especially when the
weather is humid.
With this type of
relatively infrequent usage, a central air conditioner might not need
repair work from a contractor such as Schaible’s Plumbing &
Heating for 15 or 20 years. This is particularly likely if the
homeowners have the equipment maintained and adjusted each year. If
they like, they can have this project completed during the same
appointment for furnace maintenance.
changing the air filter during the summer also should be done, as a
dirty filter forces the equipment to work too hard. That can shorten
its lifespan and lead to the need for repair work. Some homeowners in
this region believe filters aren’t as important for central air as
they are for furnaces, since furnaces are operated much more
frequently. The run nearly continuously for much of the winter. Yet
central air units and furnaces use the same filter. They also use the
same return-air registers that bring dust and other contaminants back
to the appliance.
Repair work can be scheduled ahead of time when the homeowners suspect or know there is a problem and the forecast predicts warm weather approaching. Emergency service also is available. Browse our website and find out how to speak with a representative.