You might want to call an A/C repair service in Mesa if your cool is acting up. Why? Because Arizona can be tricky sometimes.
Arizona’s Summer Can Last Through The Fall
Want a reason to call an HVAC contractor in Mesa? After all, if you have lived in Arizona for a while you are probably starting to breathe a little easier, figuratively and literally speaking. However, we’re not out of the cacti yet. And this will be something to give you some sleepless nights. Arizona’s summer can last well into the fall, and in some cases, all the way through the fall.
For example, in 2014, we had a year without a winter. While the temperatures cooled down, we had unseasonably warm temperatures well into November. People were running their AC almost the entire year. In the early 90’s we had more than six months of over 100 degrees. While a lot of homes are well-insulated, and there are ways to help keep the air flowing in your home such as box fans and ceiling fans, they will only keep your home cool for a while. Bit by bit, your home will start to lose it’s cool. Every time someone goes out or comes in, it takes a little bit of the cool with it. After awhile temperatures start going up, and not just the temperature in the room. Heat has a physiological effect on people. Road rage is more likely to happen when it is hot outside as opposed to when it is a cooler temperature. What do you think rising temperatures will do in a home. Tempers will fray, and someone will snap. That’s why you don’t want to just tough it out until the fall. You might not be as tough as you think you are. And your A/C will likely break down at the worst time of the day. Hence the reason call a local A/C repair specialist.
Minor A/C Problems Can Be Symptoms of Bigger Problems
You’re noticing that your air is blowing, but it’s blowing cool not cold air. You really don’t want to change your air filter. You’ve got only a month until you can open the windows. Not changing the air filter is rather like someone pinching their nose shut and then putting tape over their mouth.
Air conditioning works on the concept of recirculation. If the air can’t move freely, it won’t cool down as much. No problem? Actually a big problem. Sooner or later, you can cause your air to blow completely. Something that can be solved for just a few bucks at the hardware store. If you get the right HVAC contractor in Mesa, they will likely change it as part of their service.
Semper Fi Heating and Cooling
7602 East Main, Ste. A
Mesa, AZ 85207