Data collected by the Florida Climate Center show that the daily high temperatures in Tallahassee routinely reach 90 degrees or more for the months of June, July and August, and into September. Making sure your AC system is ready for the summer heat can help you and your family stay cool and comfortable throughout the year. Here are three of the most common signs that your AC unit may need maintenance or repair to perform at its best.

Not Cooling Enough

According to the U.S. Department of Energy, dirty or clogged air filters can reduce the efficiency and performance of your HVAC system to a surprisingly large degree. Scheduling regular maintenance with a reputable repair company can help you avoid these issues and can ensure that your system keeps your home cool even on the hottest days of summer.

Sharp Increases in Utility Bills

If you see a sudden increase in the amount you pay for electricity, your air conditioning system may be having difficulty keeping up with your home’s demand for cool air. Calling a company that specializes in AC repair and maintenance can help you determine the reason for these higher bills and can often help you achieve greater comfort at a lower overall cost.

No Air Flow

If no air is coming out of the vents in your home, it may be time to call your local AC repair shop to determine what is causing this issue. It could be as simple as a tripped breaker or as complex as a failed compressor unit. Scheduling a visit from a qualified HVAC technician is the fastest and most effective way to identify and resolve these issues to restore comfortable temperatures inside your Tallahassee home.

At High Quality Heating & Air, we specialize in providing our customers with the best and most effective solutions for all their cooling needs. We serve the entire Tallahassee metropolitan area with the best and most responsive services for every need. To learn more about our air conditioning services, call us at 850-307-5356 to schedule an appointment today. We look forward to the chance to work with you.