Palmetto FL Air Conditioning & Indoor Air Quality

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AC Today provides air conditioning repair and service to the residents of Palmetto, FL and the surrounding areas. Looking for healthier air? We can take care of your indoor air quality needs as well!

Read our reviews and find out why your neighbors consider us to be their nearby air conditioning and indoor air quality specialists in Palmetto, FL.

Why is my air conditioner running but not cooling my Palmetto area home?

If your air conditioner is operating but not lowering room temperature, one possible cause is a clogged or blocked condenser coil. When working properly, the condenser fan draws air into the outdoor unit via the condenser coil, extracting heat energy from your home.

Dirt, grass and other airborne debris can build up between the fins and clog the coil. A dirty coil can result in a reduction in energy efficiency, a lack of cool air from the registers or, in extreme cases, a complete system shutdown or compressor damage from overuse.

AC Today is happy to help resolve any air conditioning problems you may have in your Palmetto home. Contact us to get started.

How much does it cost to have my home AC system serviced near Palmetto?

For simple tune-ups, regular AC maintenance costs $75 to $200. Extended service contracts range from $150 to $500 and cover the entire HVAC system, including heating and cooling. Expect to pay $50 to $150 per hour for an HVAC technician for repairs that are not part of a standard service.

A service call typically includes cleaning the condenser and performing a series of checks to ensure that your system is operating properly. They will also look for other repair and maintenance issues. Evaporator coil and ventilation cleaning are not usually included in standard AC tune-ups.

If your air conditioning is in need of a tune-up, get in touch with AC Today to schedule an appointment.

What are the symptoms of bad indoor air quality in my Palmetto home?

Here are a few indicators to look for when assessing the quality of the air in your home or workplace: 

  1. Common cold symptoms that don’t go away, such as coughing, sneezing, upset stomach and/or itchy, watery eyes. If you have these symptoms for more than a week or two, poor indoor air quality is most likely to blame rather than a cold.
  2. Dust accumulation around the air vents in your home. This is an indication that your home has an unusually high level of dust and other pollutants.
  3. Hot and cold spots in your home could indicate a problem. If you don't have consistent temperatures throughout your home, you probably don't have consistent filtration either. Areas that are consistently either hot or cold may also have pockets of irritants and pollutants.

AC Today is happy to help resolve the air quality issues you’re experiencing. Call us for an indoor air quality evaluation.

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