Summers in Pennsylvania are no walk in the park. Heat waves, uncontrollable sweating and lack of cold air lead to sleepless nights, sweltering conditions, and extreme discomfort. Whether it’s time for a replacement air conditioning system or a switch to a more energy-efficient type of air conditioning, Haller is there to be your one-stop source for anything you need.
With more than 30 years of experience, Haller technicians are equipped to cover the whole gamut of cooling services, from designing a curated, efficient cooling system to installing it directly into your home.
Signs you might need to get your air conditioning replaced or repaired
While the signs of a failing cooling system can be obvious, other indicators might not be as apparent. Here are a few signs to look out for when you’re thinking of replacing or repairing your air conditioning systems.
A typical air conditioning unit lasts anywhere from 15 to 25 years. However, age is all relative. Factors like improper installation and irregular maintenance can change this lifespan significantly.
Be wary of loud squealing or grinding noises coming from your air conditioning unit. While this can mean a lot of things, it can be a sign of a failing AC compressor, also known as the heart of your AC system.
Feel the air flowing out of your vents. If your air conditioning unit is blowing out hot air instead of cold or no air at all, then your cooling system isn’t working the way it should.
If you see water leaking out of your air conditioning unit, it could be a number of different causes, including your evaporator coils or damaged drain lines.
You know your home better than anyone else. When your air conditioning unit isn’t acting normally, it’s important to contact a professional to quickly identify the best solution for your home.
How Haller can help
Whether you’re looking to simply repair a small part of your AC unit or completely install a new, alternative cooling system, Haller’s cooling experts will work tirelessly for your peace of mind. We provide upfront cost estimates so that you’re a part of the process every step of the way.