Poor air flow is one of the most common signs of your A/C not working properly. If you are experiencing this problem, it’s likely that you have a clogged filter or even a leaky air duct.
If you have been noticing your bills have been rising, it may be time to call a professional to have your A/C checked. Rising bills is a sign your unit may be working harder than usual, which in turn can cause your bills to rise over time.
If you have had your unit for a while, you should know what sounds it is supposed to make. If your A/C starts making unusual or loud sounds, it’s time to call a professional in for a check-up.
Bad odors are never a good sign no matter what the case is. If your unit is producing smelly odors, there may be a leaking drain tube. You want to get this checked out as soon as possible because mold can or already may be growing in the unit.
If you notice your energy bills rising or your unit is having frequent breakdowns, these are some signs that your unit is working too hard. Without check-ups, your unit could cost you a lot more money than it needs to.