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Signs Your AC is the Wrong Size

One of the most important parts of the air conditioning installation actually happens long before the unit even gets to your home. Finding an air conditioning system that is the right size for your home is a critical part of the installation process. But most homeowners move into a home that already has an air conditioning system installed in it. How can you tell if your air conditioning system is the right size for your house? Read below to find out what signs could indicate that you have an AC that is the wrong size for your home. If you discover that you do indeed have a wrong-sized AC system and you need Franklin, NC air conditioning installation or replacement, just call Premier Indoor Comfort Systems today.

Keep an eye and ear out for the following issues that could be caused by an air conditioning system that is the wrong size for your home.

Short Cycling

Short cycling occurs when your air conditioning system turns on and quickly cools your home, shuts off, but then turns on again shortly after to cool your home again. This is usually an indication that your AC is too large for your home. It can lead to humidity issues with your home, inefficient operation as well as an increase in repair needs for your AC.

Air Conditioning Constantly Running

If your air conditioning system won’t turn off and your home never seems to get cool enough, it could mean that you have an AC that is too small. It likely has to run constantly because it simply can’t circulate enough air through your home.

Hot and Cold Spots

If you notice that certain areas of your home get enough cooling but others don’t get any at all it could mean that your home’s AC system is too large or too small for your house. A system that is too small might shut off before your home is completely cool. On that is too large will shut on and off too frequently, keeping your home from being evenly cooled.

If you need any kind of Franklin, NC air conditioning services, just call the experts at Premier Indoor Comfort Systems. We have years of experience dealing with all different kinds of systems and can help you replace your current system with a new one that is the right size for your home.

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