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When temperature and humidity levels rise, air conditioning units may begin working overtime. If your air conditioning unit is failing to push out cool, dry air, it may be hard to find relief from hot summer days. At ServiceMark, your comfort is important to us. For over 65 years, we’ve proudly served families across 12 counties in Delaware, Maryland, and Pennsylvania. If your air conditioning unit is not working correctly, our team of licensed technicians will perform the necessary repairs and maintenance to restore the circulation of cold air in your house.

Give our staff a call by phone at (302) 367-7915 to receive help with a malfunctioning central air conditioning system. You can count on us for 24-hour service, seven days a week. We provide air conditioning maintenance services throughout the year in areas such as Drexel Hill, Easton, Wilmington, Upper Darby, Elkton, and Ardmore.  Call today and let our staff bring you the comfort you deserve.

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Take Care of Your AC Unit

Since most of us tend to use our air conditioning units exclusively during the summer months, it’s a good idea to get into the habit of turning them on before the hot weather hits. This way, if any issues arise, they can be addressed before your home becomes too uncomfortable to bear. 

Your air conditioner is assembled with many different parts and components, including a compressor, a condenser, and an evaporator. Our team of certified contractors have the tools necessary to perform air conditioning repair services and keep your house cold during the summer season. Your system works to cool your house down by removing the warm air from your home and replacing it with cool air through the evaporator. Learn more about how your air conditioning unit works!

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Top Signs It’s Time to Schedule An Air Conditioning Repair With a Professional

Warm Air

An air conditioner’s number one job is to cool the house down. If warm air is coming out of the vents when your AC unit is running, it’s time to call for help. Warm air could mean a blown fuse or a refrigerant leak. No matter the issue, get your air conditioning unit checked out.

More Humid

Does the air in your home feel heavy and humid, even when the air conditioning unit is running? Your AC unit should moderate humidity levels to maintain the moisture in the air at a comfortable level. If this is not the case, call for service.

Strange Odors

Do you notice a strange smell when you turn on your AC unit? Contact a service provider to perform an air conditioning repair before the odor becomes worse. They’ll check your outside unit as well as vents and ductwork to diagnose the issue. A simple cleaning may be all that is required to get your system back to normal.

Frequent Cycles

Although it may run more on hotter days, your air conditioner shouldn’t constantly cycle on and off. Frequent cycling can be a sign that your unit is in need of a tune-up or that it is time for a new air conditioning system. No matter the cause, the more often your air conditioning unit is running, the higher your energy bills, so you’ll want to get this looked at right away.

Odd Noises 

All air conditioning units make some noise. If you notice a new or worrisome sound coming from your AC unit, such a grinding or whistling, this can be a cause for concern. Unusual noises coming from your AC unit do not usually go away on their own and can be an indicator of a bigger problem. Call a certified AC technician to get the noise checked out right away.

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If your AC unit is in need of a tune-up, repair or replacement, call ServiceMark.

Our expert heating and cooling technicians are committed to your comfort and available for 24-hour service, seven days a week.

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