Maynard Blog: Posts Tagged ‘AC Repair’

The Maynard Man Shares: How to Know if your AC Is Frozen

Monday, June 15th, 2020
frozen-air-conditioner

You might have read this blog title and thought to yourself, “An AC cools, isn’t ice normal?”

Unfortunately, it definitely is not. Ice is never used in the cooling process, and is not an effective way to cool the home. Rather, electricity and refrigerant is used to pull heat out from your home, and blow cooled air from the refrigerant process back in through your vents.

If you do discover ice on your air conditioner, a.k.a a frozen air conditioner, it’s time to call The Maynard Man. But how do you know if your AC is, in fact, frozen? Read on!

Continue Reading

The Maynard Man Explains Why Your AC is Short-Cycling

Monday, June 1st, 2020
outdoor-air-conditioning-unit-with-tool-bag-on-top

If you’ve never heard of short-cycling, you’re fortunate! Short-cycling is the name of the process in which an HVAC system rapidly shuts off and turns back on, rather than going through regular cycles. This is both a symptom of a problem and a problem itself!

You may be able to make a few simple adjustments to fix this issue, but if the root cause is serious, then you need The Maynard Man! Unless you address and eliminate short-cycling, your air conditioner can require more repairs and even break down a lot sooner than it would have otherwise.

Continue Reading