Southwest Heating and Cooling Blog: Archive for July, 2018

Why is My Air Conditioner Frozen Over?

Monday, July 23rd, 2018

Frozen-ACWith record setting heatwaves being felt across the country already this summer, it may seem like a good sign to see ice forming on your air conditioner while you’re using it. That means it’s working well, right? Well, unfortunately not so much.

It’s actually a sign that the system is dealing with a serious issue that is preventing it from operating properly. If it’s not repaired in time, the whole air conditioner could shut down. Have a look below at what might be causing your air conditioner to freeze over, and what you can do about it.

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Some Common Causes of Low Air Conditioning Output

Monday, July 9th, 2018

Frozen-ACSummer is just about the worst time for your air conditioner to start developing issues. It’s also one of the most common times for problems of various kinds to crop up. Preventive maintenance is a great way to keep issues from developing in your air conditioner during the summer, but it’s not a perfect solution. Nothing is, unfortunately. Between maintenance appointments, you’re still going to need to keep an eye out for warning signs that your system needs repairs. One common sign that your air conditioner isn’t functioning properly is if it’s not putting out as much cool air as it should be. The following are a few of the more common causes of low air conditioner output.

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