Bud Matthews Services Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Air Conditioning Replacement’

The AC That Won’t Shut Off—Why Is This Happening?

Monday, June 25th, 2018

air-conditioning-grillHow much do you run your air conditioner during the summer? You might say, “All the time,” but you know that’s an exaggeration. On hot days it may feel like you have to keep the air conditioner’s compressor running continually to keep you cool, but the compressor of an air conditioner is designed to go through cycles as it lowers the indoor temperature to meet the setting on the thermostat. You should hear the compressor turn on and off a few times during a hot day.

If the air conditioning compressor really is running nonstop, then there’s something wrong with it. There are a range of possibilities, and we’ll look at a few of the most common. If you do need air conditioning repair in Chapel Hill, NC, you can reach our professionals 24/7 for the fast service necessary to get you cool again.

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Why Does My AC Cost So Much to Run?

Monday, July 24th, 2017

air-conditioner-money-saverHere in the deeps of summer in Durham is when we’ll rely on our air conditioning systems the most. You’ll expect to see an increase in your electrical costs when the AC has to spend extra time running in order to keep your house cooled down to a comfortable temperature.

However, do you think you’re paying more to run your AC than you should? Whether this is a new development or an issue you’ve always had with the system, it’s worth looking into. There could be some simple steps to take to fix the problem—or maybe you have a malfunctioning air conditioner that needs to be repaired. We’ll look at some of the possibilities below.

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Should I Replace My Air Conditioner before Summer?

Monday, March 28th, 2016

Summers can get pretty intense in Durham, NC. When that hot weather hits, you want a fully functioning air conditioner. So, if you noticed any troubling symptoms with your cooling system last year, you might be wondering if it’s time to replace it this year. Given the hot weather that’s only a short time away, you may find it best not to wait. Keep reading for signs that you should replace your air conditioner as soon as possible.

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