Posts Tagged ‘Air Conditioner Repair’

Ice on Your AC? That’s Not Good

Monday, September 6th, 2021

Ever seen ice build-up on or in your air conditioner and said to yourself, “Well that’s strange”? That’s the exact reaction you should have. Ice build-up on an AC unit is strange—in fact, it is bad news. This is an indicator of some major trouble within your cooling system that requires prompt air conditioning repair in Troy, VA.

All too often we find people have a false belief that an air conditioner producing ice is simply doing a really good job. The reality is their AC system is having a hard time doing its job. Discover more about the problems that lead to ice build-up in your cooling system and why prompt repairs should be your go-to response.

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Here’s Why Your AC System Is Leaking

Monday, September 7th, 2020

service-timeWhen you talk about something leaking, your first instinct is to check your plumbing lines. These aren’t the only things that can spring a leak however. Your air conditioner may be the system in your home that is leaking. While this system serves a much different purpose than your pipes or drains, the response to a leak should be the same—get it fixed!

When you need air conditioning repair in Charlottesville, VA, you can turn to Mack Morris Heating & Air Conditioning. We can identify what is causing the leak in your AC unit and get the issue resolved so you can enjoy a properly cooled home again.

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Don’t Ignore Low Refrigerant Levels

Monday, July 27th, 2020

AC-manifoldThe team at Mack Morris Heating & Air Conditioning are the pros who work hard to keep you comfortable at home all year long. One way that we do this is, of course, by providing prompt and effective services that keep your HVAC system in great condition. The other way that we help our customers is by keeping them informed on how their systems work so they know when something is wrong and they need to call us.

On that note, today we want to discuss your air conditioning system’s refrigerant. We know that you probably don’t have the tools necessary to check your refrigerant level, but that doesn’t mean you can’t stay alert for warning signs that the level is low.

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