Pottstown, PA -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/12/2019 -- As the leading provider of emergency air conditioning repair in Norristown and the surrounding areas, New Age Air understands that AC units are not supposed to make screeching, banging, hissing, dripping, or rattling noises. Now, the company is currently advising on the most common noises that AC systems can make, and what causes them.
Banging sounds are quite common during an AC unit startup process. However, if these thuds persist as the AC runs continuously, it could signify that some parts need replacing. This can also be an indication that the fan, compressor, blower, or equipment housing is off-kilter or damaged.
Gurgling, dripping, or water-related sounds coming from an AC unit are likely related to refrigerant lines within the system. Problems with either of these areas can be very severe. For instance, when condensation drain lines or pans are knocked out of place, fluids back up, causing corrosion, freezing, and other internal damage. The New Age Air team recommends calling a professional immediately for any water-related AC noises.
Screaming or hissing sounds coming from an AC unit are an indication of severe refrigerant or compressor problems. When these noises are identified, AC systems should be switched off and unplugged immediately. Failing to switch off the power could lead to a total breakdown of equipment, which may result in a costly replacement. Once the machine has been turned off, a professional HVAC technician from New Age Air should be called without hesitation.
For more information, or to schedule emergency heating repair in Boyertown, visit https://newageair.com.
About New Age Air
Established in 1992, New Age Air has been helping residents of Pottstown and the surrounding areas stay comfortable in their homes by providing top-of-the-line HVAC services. Knowledgeable technicians educate their customers while focusing on health, safety, efficiency, and comfort.
Learn more by visiting their website at www.newageair.com.
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