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Home Air Conditioner Recharge in Central New Jersey

Your AC May Need Professional Repair

At Binsky Home, we know the refrigerant in your home air conditioning unit is supposed to last the machine's entire lifetime. When your AC refrigerant level is running low, it could mean you have a leak or that your system has gone well beyond its intended lifespan. In both cases, you will want a knowledgeable technician to examine the system.

Our team of Piscataway cooling technicians offer quick and affordable AC recharge in Central New Jersey. Schedule your service by calling (732) 810-0144.

Signs You Need a Recharge

There are a few telltale signs that your AC needs a recharge. It is important to identify why it ran out of refrigerant. This is vital to the air conditioner's overall health and avoiding future incidents.

The following are indicators your air conditioner needs a recharge:

  • Your vents are blowing air, but it does not feel cold
  • You notice frost near the air conditioner's connectors
  • The air conditioner is over 10 years old
  • Your AC is constantly running but never reaches thermostat temperature

Most air conditioners are installed with enough refrigerant to exceed their lifespan. If yours ran out, it could mean it's time for a replacement. An air conditioner that is older than 10 years will not cool a house as efficiently as it did in its prime, which means your energy bills are higher than they should be.

Call (732) 810-0144 to Have Your Refrigerant Checked

Many people who recharge their car's AC attempt to do the same with their home model. This may provide a temporary solution, but remember that an air conditioner running out of refrigerant could indicate bigger problems that only an Piscataway air conditioning technician can address. It is best to have a knowledgeable Central New Jersey cooling specialist examine the unit and determine how it ran out in the first place.

Call (732) 810-0144 for help figuring out how your air conditioner ran out of refrigerant.