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Why Does My AC Unit Keep Dying On Me?

July 19, 2021 | Blog

Is your air conditioning unit continuously letting you down? Efficient Systems understands how frustrating it can be when your AC dies, especially if it dies during the smoldering summer heat. It can be very inconvenient having to make calls for your air conditioning unit to stay alive. Having a reliable air conditioning unit is essential in Texas. No one wants to lose their summer comfort! There can be a number of problems plaguing your AC unit and causing you to continue to have issues. So, why does your AC unit keep dying? 

Poor Installation

Unfortunately, poor installation is one of the most common reasons that AC units tend to have so many issues. Air conditioning units need a lot of calibrations and connections. If one part is incorrect, the whole unit will suffer. That’s why it’s vital to do your research when installing a new air conditioning unit.

If you are looking for trustworthy and reliable AC installation in Beaumont, Texas, Efficient Systems can help. Our team of certified electricians has the expertise to handle the installation process. Our technicians’ work is backed by our 100% customer satisfaction guarantee! We stick to our high standards of service every single time.

Air Filters

If your air conditioning unit’s air filters aren’t cleaned and maintained, they’ll clog and cause problems. This is also one of the most common reasons that cause air conditioning units issues. If your AC unit has a clogged air filter, the flow of air through the system will be restricted and the unit will have to work even harder to pull in air. This can cause extra wear and tear and can result in your unit having more frequent problems.

But, the good thing is, you can clean it yourself! Follow your manufacturer’s suggestions on how to change your air filter if you are unsure how to do it. It’s a good idea to change your air filter every 30-60 days or more frequently if you suffer from allergies or have pets.

It’s The Wrong Size

If your unit is the wrong size for your home, it can cause the unit to break down more. If the air conditioning unit is too small, it’ll continue to run as it is trying to cool the whole home. If your unit is too large, the AC unit may short cycle. This can put a lot of strain on the unit.

Not Enough Maintenance

Another common reason is the lack of proper maintenance. Over the course of time and use, all air conditioning units will develop small issues here and there. If you don’t have regular maintenance, these small problems will continue to pop up and cause bigger problems. With proper maintenance, you could avoid having to deal with major AC repairs.

If you are in need of AC repairs in Beaumont, Texas, Efficient Systems has got you covered. Contact us to schedule an appointment today!

Why Choose Efficient Systems?

We guarantee that the equipment we have installed will perform as we have stated, or we will remove it and return 100% of your investment.
If we do not have your new system operating by the date promised, we will pay you $500 for your inconvenience.
You will save a minimum of 30% on your heating and cooling costs or we will refund double-the-difference of your savings not realized during the first year.

What Our Customers Have To Say

Very Professional

James was very professional and knowledgeable. Fixed the unit quickly and explained the process and effects of the repair/maintenance. Will always call ES from now on! Very happy with the work.

Joni N.

Top Notch Service

James, the technician was very efficient and professional. Our attic space is very challenging to access and he managed to survive the adventure stoically! Did a great job of explaining system status and what was checked. Top notch overall.

Jim L.

Outstanding Service

105 heat index day and AC not working correctly. Ryan Boyles was the tech that came to help. Diagnosed problem very quickly and fixed the issue. Looked at warranty package and determined the repair was warranty work…so NO charge. Outstanding.

Roy O.