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Are you wondering why your air conditioner is so loud? A noisy air conditioner is a common complaint from homeowners.

Thankfully, a loud noise isn’t always a sign that you need to replace your AC. In most cases, you just need a repair.

Two Easy Fixes You Can Do on Your Own

1. Clean Your Dirty Air Filter

A dirty air filter restricts airflow and can cause noise. You can clean or replace your air filter, and should check it every 3 months.

2. Defrost Your AC If It’s Frozen

There are many reasons why your air conditioner can become frozen. One of the most common reasons is running your air conditioner when it’s still cold outside.

Make sure to only turn on your air conditioner if it is at least 18-22°C outside. Running your AC when it is colder than this will cause it to freeze up. To fix your frozen air conditioner, you will have to turn it off for up to 24 hours until it thaws.

If your air conditioner becomes frozen again, it could be a sign that something is broken, or that you have a refrigerant leak. Make sure to call us for a tune-up to fix the problem.

Contact a Professional to Fix the Problem

If your air conditioner is still making noise, we recommend that you contact us! We service most of Eastern Ontario, including Kemptville, Embrun, Greely, and Prescott.

ATEL Air can do repairs to any brand of cooling systems and we guarantee all our repair work for two years. If the same part breaks again, we will fix it for free.

Help Prevent Problems with Regular Tune-ups

To ensure your air conditioner works when you need it most, make sure to get regular maintenance once a year. Not only will this help prevent problems that could cause loud noises, but it will help you save on repairs by preventing the breakdown before it happens.

Regular tune-ups will also help your AC have a longer lifespan which will save you money. Plus, a tune-up is a great way to keep your AC working efficiently, which will help you save on your electricity bill too!

Learn More About ATEL’s Tuneups

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