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Common AC issues can leave you stuck in the heat on the hottest day of summer if you don’t address them. Schedule an AC inspection or repair if you notice any of the following.

Poor air circulation

A malfunctioning compressor

A faulty thermostat

Electrical and wiring issues

A blocked condensate drain

Proper sizing is crucial for your AC. An oversized or undersized system will deliver poor energy efficiency. The system is also more likely to demand frequent repairs. Some of the typical signs your AC system is either too small or too large for your home include:

THE AC CYCLES OFTEN OR RUNS CONTINUOUSLY: This probably means your AC is either too large or too small for your home. Frequent cycling or continuous running creates a strain on your system and increases your energy consumption.

HOT AND COLD SPOTS: A properly sized cooling system will deliver even cooling throughout your home. If the unit is too large or too small, the air won’t circulate properly to the further reaches.

THE HOME IS HUMID: Your AC cools your home and also dehumidifies the air naturally. If you have an improperly sized system, it can’t dehumidify properly, leaving your home feeling uncomfortable, sticky, and stuffy.

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When you need more concentrated heating or cooling in individual spaces or rooms, a mini-split system does the job well. Before investing in a mini-split system, consider the advantages and disadvantages below. Advantages:

Flexibility in placement

Easy installation

Improved heating and cooling

Better energy efficiency

No need to install ductwork


Flexibility in placement

Improper placement or installation can cause short cycling

The presence of the air handler in the house can be aesthetically unappealing

Installing a mini-split costs more than a traditional split system

Because purchasing an AC is a huge investment, it’s a good idea to do your research and know what to look for. Or better yet, seek the opinion of an HVAC professional who will consider several factors to determine the proper AC for you. Consider the following factors for choosing the most suitable AC system.


Energy efficiency


Air quality

Additional features

Cooling capacity


Noise level

Installation and maintenance


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