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HVAC Troubleshooting: What is Causing My AC’s Loud Buzzing Noise?

Loud AC buzzing noise from an AC unit indicates stress on a HVAC system, specifically an electric issue.  It is important that you do not become familiar with the noise, and instead turn off your AC unit and call a licensed HVAC contractor. It is also important to distinguish the noise from rattling or grinding, […]

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We Care! Action Air’s 24-7 Emergency Service

Your HVAC system can’t take a break during the season’s most intense temperatures – and neither do we! At Action Air, we know our customers need a company they can count on, especially during the hot summer months or chilly winters when you rely on your HVAC system the most. That’s why Action Air’s NATE-certified […]

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HVAC Troubleshooting: Pooling Water Under Air Conditioning

If you notice a pool of water under your AC, it is a sign that your HVAC needs to be repaired or replaced. There are several things that can cause this common AC issue, so it’s important to call a certified HVAC technician to diagnose and repair the problem.  Water is naturally created by the AC unit […]

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How to Keep Your Home’s Air Conditioning Working at Peak Performance

Preventative maintenance can save you big during the months where your AC/Cooling system is running constantly. Summer is the busiest time of the year for HVAC contractors, and with the rebates currently offered for a quality maintenance appointment, now is the best time to schedule your system check-up. When you schedule a Quality Maintenance appointment, our NATE Certified home […]

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HVAC Troubleshooting: What is AC Short Cycling?

Why Do Air Conditioners Cycle On and Off Randomly? AC systems naturally turn on and off to maintain the temperature that is set on the thermostat. Cycling is necessary for AC function due to the refrigeration process. The refrigeration process is the most economical approach to cooling an area. The process begins by removing heat […]

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