Signs That Your System Might Need a Service
Our experts at Swift Services can help you find out if you need a replacement air conditioning system that is better equipped at cooling your Socastee, SC, home.
Our technicians provide exceptional service and help you find the cause of your unit’s failure. There are signs that can help you indicate whether or not your unit needs to be replaced:
Air conditioning systems typically last between 15 to 20 years. If your air conditioner unit falls into this age range or near it, it might be time to replace it.
Restricted airflow or a fault with the system’s compressor might be causing a lack of cool air.
Air conditioner units can make minor noises when they start up and shut off. Loud or sudden noises are usually a sign of a problem. Buzzing sounds mean there might be a loose component, and whistling is a sign of a more serious issue.
UV lamps can be used to eliminate microbials. Cleaning the duct can also help remove debris and get rid of the smell.
Repeatedly repairing an older system may end up costing more than replacing the unit for a better-functioning, newer one. We’ll always be upfront about what is best for your home and pocket.
How to Choose the Right AC for Your Home
Air conditioner units come in a variety of makes, models and sizes. Choosing the model that best suits your lifestyle isn’t always straightforward.
Consult Swift Services if you’re having trouble deciding on which AC system to purchase. We can help you determine which model is perfect for your budget and lifestyle. Here’s what you need to think about before buying a new system.
How much space do you have in the area that you plan to install the unit?
A higher SEER rating provides more energy efficiency in some conditions. The minimum standard SEER is 13.
An energy-efficient AC unit will save you money on energy costs.
Have you called Swift Services to book your installation appointment yet? Don’t attempt it on your own!
AC units can be pricey, so make sure you have a budget in place before you start shopping.