Robbins Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. Blog : Posts Tagged ‘AC Repair’

Why Your AC May Be Leaking Water

Monday, July 16th, 2018

Us: Well, you know, your air conditioner doesn’t actually use water when it cools your home. There is no supply line that brings it to the AC, either, nor is there a tank that holds—

Worried customer: You callin’ me a liar!?

Us: No, not at all. It’s very possible that there is water coming from your AC, it’s just that—

Worried customer: But you just said it doesn’t use water. Are you a liar!?angry-man

But the HVAC professionals on the Robbins Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. team are not liars, nor are they accusing this worried homeowner of lying. They just wanted to help—and they still do. So read on, and learn more about why you may notice water leaking from your air conditioning in Aztec, NM.

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Simple Tips for Keeping Your AC Reliable

Monday, June 4th, 2018

don't-forgetA less reputable contractor might use a post like this to make some wild claims about how you can completely avoid the need for air conditioning repairs in your home. Not only are we too realistic to make any such claims, but we are also simply too honest to do so. What we can promise you, however, is that the tips in this post will help you to keep your air conditioner functioning more reliably. No system will be 100% reliable at all times, but you can get as close as possible.

If you have any questions about the information in this blog post, or if you require any AC services, be sure to reach out to our Cedar Hill, NM air conditioning pros. Your air conditioner is way too important to be taking any chances with around here. With temperatures as hot as ours, it goes without saying that a reliable air conditioner is really more of a necessity than it is a luxury.

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Does Your Air Conditioner Have a Refrigerant Leak?

Monday, May 7th, 2018

outdoor-ac-unitWhen the heat of summer is back in full swing—and it really gets swinging around here—you need your air conditioner to do more than step up to the plate. You need it to hit one right out of the park, time and time again, again the weather finally cools down once more. Unfortunately, the fact is that even the best air conditioning systems on the market will run into trouble eventually.

Investing in great air conditioning equipment, having your system professionally installed, and scheduling routine maintenance will definitely keep your system repair needs to a bare minimum. Considering the high demand for air conditioning in Farmington, NM, though, it should come as no surprise to hear that no system is 100% reliable. Of the various problems that you may encounter, the refrigerant leak definitely ranks as one of the most troubling.

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Here’s How You Can Spot the Need for AC Repairs

Tuesday, April 24th, 2018

thumbs-upWhen you run into trouble with your air conditioning system, particularly in as hot a climate as we all live in, you really need to act fast to get that system back on track as soon as possible. Not only will this ensure that your comfort does not go interrupted, but it can also really help you to avoid serious damages to your air conditioning system.

Before you can go ahead and schedule prompt AC repairs, of course, you are going to need to learn to spot signs of trouble with your system promptly. That’s where today’s post comes in. Our Farmington, NM air conditioning repair professionals are more than happy to give you some tips on how you can recognize that your AC is potentially in trouble.

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A Few Facts about Refrigerant: What Makes the AC Cool

Monday, August 28th, 2017

work-air-conditionerFurnaces and other heating systems may have a lot of complex mechanical components, but the basic premise of how heat is created is simple to understand: fuel is burned to generate heat. Or, in the case of electric furnaces, electrical resistance generates heat energy. But “cool” is not something that can be produced or generated: it’s not an energy.

While electricity is used to power an air conditioner, this cannot magically produce cool air with the help of a fan alone. It’s refrigerant, a chemical blend you may call Freon (a brand name), that does the job. So if it cannot simply create a cool energy to chill the air, how does refrigerant work? We tell you a few facts homeowners should know about refrigerant in today’s guide.

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How High Humidity Causes Your Refrigerant-Based AC System to Freeze

Sunday, July 24th, 2016

As we mentioned last week, evaporative coolers (swamp coolers) do not do a very good job of cooling your home when there are high humidity levels outdoors. That’s why so many locals have been upgrading their systems to central refrigerant-based AC—which does an excellent job of keeping you cool year round, even in our crazy temperatures and humidity levels.

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3 AC Problems You Cannot Afford to Wait to Repair

Monday, May 30th, 2016

Are you waiting to make repairs to your AC system until your budget has a little more room? We understand that this often seems like the best option. But waiting too long to schedule service can end up costing you more.

The longer you run an air conditioner with a problematic part, the more likely it is to fail. Other parts can break down from all of the extra work, and you might end up having to pay more to fix all of these, plus the extra cost of the emergency visit.

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