North Carolina Heating & Air Conditioning is Greenville, NC’s premier HVAC company. For more than two decades, we have provided quality heating and cooling services throughout Pitt and Beaufort Counties. We offer reliable service in HVAC for Greenville, NC, Blounts Creek, NC, and Washington, NC services, products, and installations for homes and businesses in our community.
With the weather getting warmer, many North Carolinians are starting to turn off their heat and turn on their air conditioning. That makes this time of year a common time for many to discover that their HVAC system needs to be repaired or replaced. Fortunately, it’s better to catch any issues now, while the weather is still temperate, than to wait until the summer when the heat can be excruciating. So, what are some signs to look out for when it comes to your AC?

  • One sure sign that something’s up with your air conditioning is if it’s blowing out hot air. Double check the thermostat to make sure the settings are correct. If they are, and you’re still getting hot air, it’s probably time to give an HVAC professional a call.
  • Sometime this spring, take a walk outside to take a look at your HVAC unit. If it’s making any strange clicking or hissing sounds, or if you see dripping water or condensation, there’s likely something going on that needs to be checked out.
  • Even if your AC is running great and keeping your home cool, it might not be running as efficiently as it should. If you notice an abnormal spike in your utility bills, there could be something going with your HVAC unit that is keeping it from running like it should.
  • If you notice that your AC unit is turning on and off (or cycling) more than usual, you should get your HVAC system checked out.

Even if you don’t notice anything wrong with your HVAC unit, it’s always a good idea to have an HVAC specialist come out during the spring and/or fall to perform routine maintenance on your system. Give us a call today at North Carolina Heating & Air Conditioning in Greenville, NC to get your AC geared up for those hot summer months.