It’s that time of year again, and one of our favorites here at Ressler & Mateer – air conditioning season! As the mercury rises and daytime temperatures are regularly in the 80s and 90s here in our Central PA service area, you’ve probably recently turned your AC on for the first time this year. Hopefully, it’s performing as you expect, but it’s possible you’ve noticed some issues that make you think it’s time to give your HVAC contractor a call. Especially if you haven’t had your system maintained regularly, you’re likely concerned that the problem you’re experiencing could lead to an expensive repair bill and uncomfortable downtime for your air conditioning. (Why do these machines always seem to have trouble on the hottest possible days?!)
Before you pick up the phone, though, know that there are some simple fixes to common problems that you can try before you summon the experts. In fact, even if these troubleshooting solutions do not entirely resolve your issue, trying them will help your AC service technician fix more significant problems faster since you may have already ruled out some things. Either way, our AC troubleshooting tips may save you money.
Go ahead and give our tips a try now. And, if you’re still having problems, don’t hesitate to give us a call 24/7. We’re always happy to help get your air conditioning system back into service as quickly as possible! Continue reading “Things You Can Do Before You Call for Air Conditioning Repair”
It’s that time of year again…the sun is shining longer each day, the weather’s warming up, and air conditioning will soon be on the minds of many homeowners. As summer approaches, is your home starting to get uncomfortably hot? If you’re like many people in Ressler & Mateer’s Southcentral PA service area, you live in an older home that was constructed before central air conditioning systems became widely available in the 1970s and you may rely on inadequate solutions like fans and open windows to cool your home. Even if you live in a newly constructed home, it’s possible your system doesn’t provide the same level of comfort for every room. Or perhaps your system is older now and you’re considering replacement; 15 years is the typical lifespan of a cooling system, so if your home’s air conditioning equipment was installed in the early 2000s, the hard truth is that it is likely getting ready to fail. Continue reading “How to Find the Best Air Conditioning System for Your Home”
Did you know asthma, emphysema, and other respiratory problems can be directly related to the quality of air you breathe? Most people think air pollution is strictly an outdoor concern, but the truth is indoor air quality is just as important as you spend more time in your home than anywhere else. Indoor air quality is often neglected by homeowners who instead focus on maintaining their HVAC system; but what many don’t realize is that there are a number of ways your home’s air quality can become compromised. Continue reading “Indoor Air Quality and Why It’s Important to Your Family”
Taking care of your HVAC system or plumbing can be taxing on the average person, mostly because of how hectic life can get. We lose track of when we replaced a filter last or forget to replace it completely because we’re busy with work or our families. It happens. Or the other worst case scenario: you forget to check or clean your air conditioner and come summer, it’s making strange sounds and not quite working like you expected it to. Trying to find someone to service anything at the last moment is stressful, and it can carry a bigger price tag than anticipated.
Investing in a 24/7 emergency service and maintenance program is the best way to keep your peace of mind and ensure that your heating, cooling, and plumbing systems are serviced when they need to be—whether it’s a scheduled maintenance visit or an emergency call. You’ll be able to rely on licensed and insured service technicians to keep everything running smoothly, so you can focus on other things. Continue reading “Why You Should Invest in a 24/7 Emergency Service and Maintenance Program”