Gibson Heating & Cooling Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Air Conditioning System Repair’

Is a Spring AC Replacement in Your Near Future?

Monday, April 13th, 2020

Residential-Air-Conditioner Condensing-FanThe weather isn’t yet at a point where we can expect to turn on our air conditioning systems, and it may not be for more than a month before the whir of ACs is common in homes. But this is still a good time to make some plans for how you want the early summer to go this year. Replacing an aging and ineffective air conditioner is a big job and a major investment, so that makes it easy to put off until it’s absolutely necessary.

However, being proactive with your home’s HVAC system is always smart, since the “absolutely necessary” point of AC replacement usually means scrambling to get the work done, a period trapped without a working air conditioner, and poor AC performance in the time right before the Big Crash.

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Deciding on Whether to Replace the Air Conditioning System

Monday, September 16th, 2019

Air-conditioner-recyclingThe best time to have a new air conditioning system installed is during the lulls between the extreme weather seasons. In spring and fall, you need to rely on the AC, and it’s easier to schedule the service with professionals because they have fewer emergency heating and cooling calls. So if you’re considering replacing your home’s old central air conditioner, right now is an excellent time to call our technicians to schedule it.

But wait … what if you’re unsure about whether it’s time to send the air conditioner to the scrapyard? The decision is easy if the AC has completely busted down and the cost to fix it is too high. But what about borderline cases?

We can help you make this tricky choice. We’re honest with our customers, and we can help you narrow down the options for your current AC and help you decide whether to repair it or replace it.

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Ramping Down the AC, Planning for Fall

Monday, September 2nd, 2019

sun-and-snowflake-badgeWe’re still enjoying summer weather in Cherry Hill, and we can expect a few more weeks of it—the hot weather usually carries through September. However, when the calendar says September on it and kids are heading back to school, it means the fall weather isn’t far off. This month is a good time to start making plans for the switch from the days of air conditioning to the days (and nights) of heating.

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Strange Noises From Your AC—What They Might Mean

Monday, May 13th, 2019

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The whir and hum of an air conditioner is part of the soundtrack of any summer. You’re probably used to the typical sounds of your AC: the fan, the compressor kicking in, the occasional dripping of water.

Now, if another sound, one you’re unfamiliar with, interrupts this white noise from your cooling system, it’s often a warning. Even a small, odd noise can indicate you need to call for repairs for your air conditioning in Moorestown, NJ. It’s always better to be safe than sorry—sorry because your AC broke down during the hottest day of the year! Getting ahead of problems with your home cooling system is one of the best ways to enjoy continual, reliable cooling all season long.

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