It’s a fact: air conditioners are rarely totally silent, even if you have a newer model that operates relatively quietly. While your New Jersey home’s air conditioning unit will never be completely quiet, there are a few noises that it definitely shouldn’t be making. If you hear your air conditioner making a banging or clanking noise that is disruptive, there could be a few different problems at play—none of which are good news for your AC.
If you’ve been hearing this noise for a while and you are ready to schedule air conditioner repair in your Hunterdon County, Somerset County, Mercer County, Middlesex County, or Warren County home, call Air Professionals at 908-751-1011 today!
We often get calls from our New Jersey neighbors about hearing a banging, clanking, or knocking noise from the air conditioning unit. A lot of the time, our neighbors tell us that they experience the issue when the outdoor unit is running, but that they stop hearing the noise if they switch their thermostat to “Fan” mode.
What this indicates to our team at Air Professionals is that there is likely something caught in the fan of your cooling system’s outdoor unit—or, at least, that the fan is hitting something. This could be debris from your yard that has become lodged in the fan (such as sticks or leaves), or it’s possible that the fan itself has become loose and, while it’s running, it’s hitting the exterior of its cage when it shouldn’t be.
If this accurately describes the issue that you are experiencing in your home, you should not continue to run your air conditioner! Doing so could worsen the issue and make for a much more costly and time-consuming repair.
Another reason your air conditioner could be making a clanking, banging, or knocking noise could be some part of your unit’s blower assembly or motor has come loose, and it’s now hitting against other parts of your system. Again, if this is the case, you should not continue to run your air conditioner!
It’s important to call us to repair this issue before the part disconnects altogether, at which point you’d hear even louder banging noises, because the part would just be rattling around somewhere in your system. This is dangerous and should be resolved as quickly as possible.
The best course of action is to schedule an air conditioner repair appointment with the Air Professionals team. We’ll diagnose the issue and repair it as quickly, efficiently, and affordably as possible so you can continue to keep your family cool in peace and quiet.
To alleviate the issues that are causing your air conditioner to make banging and clanking sounds that are disruptive and potentially dangerous, we suggest schedule air conditioner repair services in your New Jersey home right away.
To schedule air conditioner repair service in your New Jersey home, contact Air Professionals online or call us today at 908-751-1011.
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Somerset County: Basking Ridge, Bedminster, Belle Mead, Bernardsville, Bound Brook, Branchburg, Bridgewater, Far Hills, Franklin Park, Gladstone, Green Brook, Hillsborough, Kingston, Martinsville, Millstone, Montgomery, Neshanic Station, North Plainfield, Peapack, Raritan, Rocky Hill, Skillman, Somerset, Somerville, South Bound Brook, and Warren
Mercer County: East Windsor, Ewing, Hamilton Township, Hopewell Township, Lawrence Township, Mercerville, Robbinsville, and West Windsor Township
Middlesex County: East Brunswick, Kendall Park, New Brunswick, Highland Park, Plainsboro Township, South Brunswick, and South Plainfield
Warren County: Alpha, Greenwich, Lopatcong Township, Phillipsburg, and Pohatcong Township