Why Does My AC Make a Clicking Noise?Posted On: May 7, 2013
If you’ve noticed a clicking sound—or any other unusual noises—coming from your air conditioning system after its long winter hibernation, there could be a serious problem with your air conditioner.
Just because your air conditioner is cooling your house properly does not mean any unusual sounds can be ignored. Sometimes sounds are due to a minor issue that pose little to no threat to your system, you, or your home, but if you are hearing a clicking sound, this could very well indicate a serious problem.
Clicking sounds on central air conditioning systems commonly indicate a problem with the relay or contractor in your system. If this is happening with your system, you should immediately have air conditioner repair work performed on your system. Clicking in the relay or contractor signal can electrical issue, which can cause significant damage to your system, if left unfixed—or potentially be a fire hazard to your home.
Don’t risk your home or life by ignoring this problem away. A simple call to a Scranton, PA area air conditioning repair company can fix the problem—saving your air conditioning system from further damage and protecting your home from the threat of a potential electrical fire.
Who Should I Call if My Air Conditioner Is Making a Clicking Sound?
If your air conditioner is making a clicking sound, be sure to call a certified air conditioning repair company. Do not leave the repair work up to a general handyman who has little to no experience working with sophisticated heating and cooling systems.
If you are in the Scranton, PA or Wilkes-Barre, PA areas there is only one company you should call—Call Spall! T.E. Spall & Son has been providing high-quality, trustworthy, and affordable air conditioning repair services to northeastern Pennsylvania residents for more than 25 years. We service all major brands, so rest assured we can get your system working properly again—on-time and on-budget.
Contact us today to schedule an air conditioner repair appointment!