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WHY CHOOSE REPARE FOR YOUR AIR CONDITIONING REPAIRS?

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REPARE Electrical & Air Conditioning will always offer an exceptional, honest and reliable service. Our air conditioning experts in Logan, Brisbane will communicate with you before starting the project to advise you of the scope of work, the expected time until completion and the costs involved. We value your time and will treat your home with care and respect.

For a cost-effective service which improves your health, and home comforts, we’ll ensure your air-conditioning repairs are correctly installed and functioning to the best of their ability.

To preserve the product warranty, most manufacturers require air conditioning service and maintenance to be serviced annually. We provide both minor and major air conditioning maintenance for all types of systems to ensure that you’re getting the best possible quality of air and your system is running efficiently.

There are numerous reasons as to why your air conditioner is faulty. If your air conditioning doesn’t have regular service and maintenance, it can easily malfunction, which could increase your energy costs as your unit is working under excess pressure.

WHY IS MY AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM NOT WORKING?

Here are a few reasons why you may need repairs
  • Compressor or fans aren’t clean, so it’s important to clean the filters. Short cycling is one of the air conditioning problems, and dirty filters and coils can trigger this. If you use your air conditioners in a cycle of turning on, operating it for a brief amount of time, and then shutting down, then they need to be cleaned thoroughly. Washable filters should be cleaned annually to help keep your air conditioner working, but if they’re usually covered in a lot of dust and debris when you eject them, you might need to clean them every three to six months. This can also be the cause of a sore throat when the air conditioning is on.

  • Circuit breakers and fuses. If the air conditioner shares a circuit with other appliances like refrigerators, microwaves, or dryers, it is typical to have circuits that become overloaded. Check to see if the circuit breaker has malfunctioned or the fuse has blown. In your homes meter box, a tripped switch can be quickly flipped back to the right position, but a blown fuse will require replacement.

  • Ice might have accumulated inside the device if the fan blower belt is broken, creating a sluggish cooling performance. Switch off the unit and lift the cover to see if any ice has built up on or behind the filter to determine if this is the case. Airflow is limited – a decrease in airflow from your air conditioning unit is usually a symptom of a serious problem. It could be a problem with the filters (which you can examine yourself) or a blockage of some kind, otherwise the compressor may need to be replaced.

  • Air Conditioning is blowing hot air rather than cold – when air conditioning is not cooling, and if it starts blowing warmer air on a daily basis, low refrigerant levels or a broken compressor are the two most common issues.

  • Strange Odours or Sounds – air conditioning should be practically odorless and is reasonably quiet. An increase or decrease in the level of noise you hear is most likely due to a mechanical issue within the unit; a complete service will prevent this from worsening. A strong odour could also suggest mould in your ductwork.
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WHY DOES MY AC SMELL BAD AT HOME?

Imagine you’ve arrived home from a tiring and stressful day at work. You open your air conditioning unit and there’s a pungent, bad smell filling the air. If these smells are like what’s stated below, it’s advisable to call a trusted professional.

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When dealing with a faulty air conditioner, the unpleasant smell of foot odours are commonly known. This means water from your air conditioning unit isn’t draining properly and begins to smell, causing the odour. The problem can be solved with proper, professional cleaning.

If your home smells like rotting, spoiled eggs, a deceased animal is generally the cause of this. During the winter, birds and rodents can seek solace in your air duct, where they can often die and begin to deteriorate. As a result, when you switch on your air conditioning unit, a foul odor surrounds your home. To eradicate any animal waste and reduce the odor, your ducts will need to be professionally cleaned.

This is one of the most commonly known smells when it comes to odours in air conditioning. This is a bad air conditioner smell and if you notice a mouldy stench in your air conditioner, it is likely that mildew or fungus has grown in or near it. This makes sense since, in addition to cooling your home, air conditioners remove extra moisture.

Mould grows easily in situations where moisture lingers when it’s unable to drain properly. Unclean filters might generate a mildew odour. To improve the air quality in your home, call an HVAC expert who is specifically trained in dealing with mould,
mildew, and fungus. If these smells have been lingering around your household or premises, contact a trusted professional for your air conditioning repairs.

CAN YOUR AIR CONDITIONING UNIT MAKE YOU ILL?

While air conditioning units are generally designed to improve indoor comfort and air quality, there are certain circumstances where they may contribute to illness or discomfort. Here are a few factors to consider:

Inadequate Maintenance: If an air conditioning unit is not properly maintained, it can become a breeding ground for mold, bacteria, and other allergens. Dirty filters, clogged ducts, and moisture buildup can lead to poor indoor air quality, potentially causing respiratory issues, allergies, or flu-like symptoms.

Poor Air Circulation: Inadequate air circulation within a room or building can result in stagnant air, which may contribute to the spread of airborne contaminants. If the air conditioning system does not effectively distribute and filter the air, it can lead to a higher concentration of pollutants, potentially triggering respiratory problems or discomfort.

Temperature Extremes: Drastic temperature changes caused by an air conditioning unit that is set too low can strain the body’s natural ability to regulate temperature. This can lead to issues such as dryness of the mucous membranes, dehydration, or discomfort for individuals who are sensitive to temperature fluctuations.

Allergies and Sensitivities: Some individuals may have specific allergies or sensitivities to certain substances commonly found in indoor environments, such as dust, pet dander, or chemicals. If these allergens are not effectively filtered out by the air conditioning system, they can exacerbate symptoms or cause discomfort.

It’s important to note that the majority of well-maintained and properly operated air conditioning units do not pose significant health risks. Regular repairs and maintenance by our REPARE professionals, such as cleaning or replacing filters, and ensuring proper ventilation can help mitigate potential issues. If you have concerns about your air conditioning unit and its impact on your health, it is advisable to consult with one of our professional HVAC technicians for information surrounding best practices and safe operations of your air conditioning system, or even contact a healthcare professional for guidance specific to your situation and symptoms.

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