Shreveport air conditioning repair services will not exactly tell you to collect drinking water out of the drips from A/C units. However, it’s good to know that, as a general rule, those water drips from A/Cs are safe.
Determining if your Shreveport HVAC system needs repair is not rocket science. If you pay close attention to the signs, you can save yourself from a whole lot of headaches (and unneeded financial expenditures) in the long run. An October 1, 2012 article by Angies’ List contributor Stacey Price helps homeowners arrive at an educated decision:
The city of Shreveport is known for having hot and humid summers, typically at 32 °C. Summer is fast approaching, and before the temperatures start rising you will have to make sure that your air conditioning system can easily deal with the heat. While it can be challenging to tell if your unit is past its service life, there are some tell-tale signs that you can rely on.