Heating and Air Questions and Answers – Canton, GA
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Heating and Air Questions
Is it necessary to service AC every year?
Having maintenance performed on your AC system helps it operate efficiently and keep you cool and comfortable. At Green Heating and Cooling, we recommend servicing your air conditioning system twice a year. Once in the spring and once in the fall. This ensures your comfort in all seasons as well as allows a certified technician to discover small issues with your AC system before they become major headaches.
What is the most common AC problem?
There are many things that can go wrong with an air conditioning system. The most common problems are:
- Problems with drainage
- Sensor issue
- Failure of electrical controls
- Refrigerant leaks
If you are experiencing any of the above problems or have an issue with your AC system we recommend calling a licensed professional to diagnose the problem and repair it so you can get back to the comfort you deserve.
Why is my AC running but not cooling?
Often if an AC system is running but not cooling it is an issue with a blocked or clogged condenser coil. A licensed HVAC technician can diagnose the problem as well as fix it. If your AC system is running but not cooling your home we recommend giving us a call.
When should I replace my home air conditioner?
Most air conditioning systems last 10-15 years. Around this time frame, they tend to lose efficiency which in turn causes an increase in your utility bills. If your electricity bill is creeping up over time and your home is not as cool as it once was it may be time for an AC system replacement. We recommend calling for a free system replacement estimate to determine the correct system for your home.
How much does a new air conditioning system cost?
The price for a new air conditioning system varies. Some of the determining factors are:
- Size of your home
- Size of the unit installed
- System SEER rating
- Comfort goals
At Green Heating and Cooling, we recommend meeting with a comfort consultant to determine which system is right for your family. We offer manufacturer rebates throughout the year which in turn saves you money.
What does SEER mean?
SEER stands for seasonal energy efficiency rating for an HVAC system. It is the efficiency of your cooling unit. The higher the SEER the higher the efficiency of the unit. The size of your indoor environment as well as several other factors determine the SEER needed to keep your family comfortable.
Canton, GA Heating and Air Questions
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