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Stepping Out Into The Summer Heat Can Be a Shock

Don’t Let Extremes Ruin Your Summer!

July is the perfect time to enjoy Tennessee’s beautiful parks and beaches, but it’s important to protect yourself from the sizzling hot sun. If you’re outside hiking or sunbathing for too long and haven’t taken proper precautions, you may feel overwhelmed and experience ill effects.

Here at Frog Heating, Air & Electrical, we want you to be stress-free, especially during the summertime. If there’s one thing you can look forward to after a long day outside, it’s our guarantee that you will arrive home to refreshing coolness when you rely on Frog’s wide range of AC services, including air conditioning repair in Nashville and beyond. Our trusted workmanship, exceptional value and world-class quality will bring you reliable comfort and peace of mind.

When you’re outside on a hot summer day, it’s important to protect yourself from overexposure and heat-related problems. Among the steps you can take are: using sunblock, drinking plenty of fluids, resting frequently (in shady spots whenever possible) and wearing hats, sunglasses and other protective gear.

It’s just as important to protect your AC unit from unexpected repairs and breakdowns. One of the smartest and most economical ways to do that is with our AC maintenance plan. These routine checkups allow us to fix minor, less costly problems before they spiral out of control into serious, more expensive issues or, worse yet, total system breakdowns. Routine maintenance also keeps your system operating more efficiently, helping you to save money on your energy bills

We know your AC system is a major investment. When it isn’t working, your hot summer days become unbearable. We care about your budget, which is why we encourage you to invest in our top-notch, affordable AC installation, replacement, repair and maintenance services. We’re also the company you want on your side when you need a Nashville electrician.

AC Not Working? That’s Not Cool!

Unfortunately, there are times when your air conditioner will go on the fritz. Here are just some of the problems you might face:

  • Poor Air Flow: If you notice weak air flow through the vents, it is a sign your air conditioning unit may be failing. If certain areas in your home are getting cold air while others are not, then your AC system may need major repair. Another way your air flow may be obstructed is by debris stuck in the vents. Not only will this block the air flow, but it also could present health risks to you and your family. To resolve this problem, you can count on one of our technicians to come clean your air conditioning ducts, so that air flow is restored and every room in your house is cool.
  • Moisture or Leakage: Several problems can cause your air conditioner to leak water, including a clogged condensate drain line, damage or rusted drain pan, broken condensate pump, dirty air filter or low refrigerant. If you notice leaking, call us and we’ll send one of our experienced technicians over to diagnose and fix the problem.
  • Foul Odors or Strange Noises. Your system isn’t supposed to stink or make unreasonable noises. If it does, it’s time for a thorough inspection and quality repair.
  • Higher Energy Bills and Numerous Repairs. If your system is old or inefficient, your utility bill will climb and you’ll spend far too much time and money on repairs.

It is important to be one step ahead of your air conditioning unit. When you spot these issues early, you will save money and avoid the heat of a system meltdown and replacement. To learn more about our services or to schedule an appointment, call Frog today at 615.823.3965.

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