JN Electrical Temperature Control, Inc Blog: Posts Tagged ‘AC Repair’

What to Do When Your Evaporator Coil Ices Over

Monday, August 31st, 2020
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When you think about an air conditioner that is producing ice, you might be tempted to believe this is a sign that it is working well. The truth is actually the opposite. When your AC unit is producing any amount of ice, it meants that something is wrong with it.

If you didn’t realize this was a problem or aren’t sure why, then we would love to tell you more. The ice you are seeing is specifically originating from your evaporator coil and the sooner it is addressed the better for your system and your comfort.

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How to Tell You Need AC Repairs

Monday, August 3rd, 2020
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The weather in Georgia requires that you have an effective air conditioner. between the high heat and humidity that we encounter here, if you want to stay comfortable, anything less simply isn’t an option. To maintain a cool and comfortable home though, you will need to keep your system working, and to do that you need to get your AC repairs in Hart County taken care of quickly.

JN Electrical Temperature Control, Inc can offer the repair services you need. This means that when you contact us you will enjoy timely and effective repairs that get your air conditioner working again so you can maintain a comfortable home.

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AC Trouble: Repair or Replace?

Monday, June 22nd, 2020
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Living in Georgia means you need to be able to rely on your air conditioner’s ability to keep your home cool and comfortable. If you aren’t able to do that it probably means one of these two things: 1) you don’t have an AC system to cool your whole home or 2) your air conditioner is on the fritz.

While we can help with both of these instances, we will save the discussion about AC installation for later because today we want to focus on helping you figure out if your AC needs to be repaired or replaced.

You don’t want to delay an AC repair in Harty County but you also don’t want to replace your system too early. Here is how to tell when you need one service and not the other.

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