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Monday, June 29, 2015

From The Geniuses At H.U.D., A Guide To Section 8 Housing Dwellers ; Today's Tip : "How You Know If You Need Air Conditioning Repair"

You're not going to believe this.

This is from a government-affliiated website called "movesmart.org", which operates in the purview of the Department of Housing and Urban Development (of those nice folks who bring you Section 8).

The U.S. Government actually paid someone to write this, and it probably cost tens of thousands of dollars,  just for this one "article", never mind the site costs or the costs of the furnishings in every gleaming office of every H.U.D.-sponsored chapter of Teaching Tolerance (who get by with funding from the SPLC) :

From the fascinating "movesmart.org" :

How you know if you need air conditioning repair

blue repairIt can be easy to forget about your air conditioning system. Depending on where you live air conditioning can be something that you do not think about that often. usually you only use air conditioning when your home is too warm or hot and this usually occurs in the spring or summer. I know where I live it is expected to be as high as one hundred degrees in the summertime, talk about warm. In order to keep my house cool and comfortable I have no choice but to turn on my air conditioner. The worst thing that can happen is that it is incredibly hot outside and you go to turn on the air conditioner but it stops working. Then you are left with a hot house and wondering what to do. At times like that it is time to call your friendly air conditioning repair service like Blue Repair. I would usually advise people to not try to fix their air conditioning systems themselves as air conditioners are quite complicated and you could end up just damaging it more. Like many things the thing about air conditioners is good prevention methods and regular yearly servicing can help prevent costly repairs you may get later on. The reason for this is because many air conditioning units are on the outside of your house either on the ground or on your roof. It is important to locate where your air conditioner is in case you ever need to show a repair person where it is. As you can imagine most things left outside are exposed to the elements and while air conditioners are built to last that does not mean they cannot suffer from a little wear and tear. Leaves and dirt can actually get inside of your air conditioner unit and mess up a lot of its internal functions. A repair man can help prevent these things building up to keep your air conditioner running smooth. You might be wondering when you need to call your local air conditioner repair man and what signs you should be looking out for. Read on for a list of reasons you should call an air conditioner repair person.
1. No cool air is coming out of your vents
Now this is the most popular reason but it can have a many different causes. The first is that your conditioner unit might be clogged up with dirt and leaves and it is unable to turn on. The other reason could have to do with your thermometer inside the house. If your air conditioner turns on automatically based on the temperature in your house. That means you have an automated thermometer which could be not working due to a variety of reasons. The most common one that I have encountered is the battery on the thermometer is burned out and needs to be replaced. Either way by calling a repair professional you will be able to get your air conditioner back to perfect working condition in no time at all.

1 comment:

bryan flake said...

I think I am part of that group you talk about, that forget about their air conditioners. It seems that I only use it a total of two or three weeks a year. However, during those weeks, it is totally essential that I have the air going. On top of that, these weeks are when the system just loves to break down. I need to find some great quick repair strategies.
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