AC Replacement in North Reading
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Check Out a Recent AC Replacement Done by MillTown in North Reading, MA!
The time has come where the MillTown team brings you along on a job! This time made our way over to north Reading for an AC replacement. After receiving a call, No Problem team assigned the job out to a team of talented HVAC technicians. The team quickly made their way over to this North Reading home to begin the AC replacement project.
6 Signs You Need an AC replacement in North Reading and the Surrounding Areas:
The AC reached retirement age.
How long have you owned your current AC? If your AC has reached this point and isn’t working like it used to, it might be time to retire it. It may seem like a major cost, but don’t worry! You can use this opportunity to purchase a modern unit that’s more energy-efficient.
The AC has a refrigerant leak.
A refrigerant leak is a serious problem with your AC. The leaking coolant can pose a health risk to your family and the water leakage can damage your home. It’s possible to fix serious leaks by getting a new coil, but it might be a sign you should get a new AC.
A repair would cost too much.
Sometimes replacement parts and repairs for your AC don’t justify their high costs. It gets more unappealing when you’re talking about a unit with an expired warranty. If this is the case, you should pick up a new unit and get a new warranty.
Your AC is making strange noises.
Is your AC operating louder than it normally does? AC units are supposed to run quietly, so any grinding, banging, or rattling noises are a major concern. These noises can represent something like a slipped belt or broken motor bearings. If these issues aren’t fixed quickly, you’ll have a costly repair or replacement on your hands.
The AC air isn’t cold.
If you turn on the AC and cool air doesn’t come out within a few minutes, there’s a problem. A wide variety of issues can cause this problem, like low Freon levels or a broken compressor. Whatever the case may be, it’s an obvious sign that your AC has an issue.
Your AC needs frequent repairs.
You may want to keep an AC operational for a good while through repeated repairs. However, doing this may eventually lead you to spend more than you would from getting a replacement. This is more likely if your warranty has expired and isn’t helping with repair costs.
The AC Replacement Process
The MillTown techs assessed the job site area and began planning their process. After checking in on the existing unit to see what the problem could be, it was decided that the old unit was no longer working or salvageable. After speaking with the homeowner, it was decided to replace the old unit with a new Rheem unit.