What would you do if your air conditioner suddenly stopped working during the middle of summer? To some of us, it’s frightening to think about but hang tight – there are a few quick fixes you can try before you lose your cool. Hopefully, they’ll help you get your system back up and running and they might even extend your system’s lifespan.
When You Notice Water Leaking: it’s vital to locate the drain line. If it’s clogged or disconnected there’s a good chance it will start to leak. Make sure it’s cleaned out and connected properly before turning the system back on.
Unit Constantly Turns On and Off: there may be a problem with your thermostat if you notice that your system is frequently turning on and off. A professional should be able to recalibrate it. If that doesn’t do it, you may need to have the condenser, evaporator unit and fan cleaned.
The House is Still Warm: many homeowners complain that even when their system is running, the house is too warm. This could be a result of a dirt air filter, plants or debris prevent proper air flow or worn out insulation on the refrigerant line.
For the best in service, advice and expert installations for your new air conditioning system in the Twin Cities – St. Paul area, call and speak with the air conditioning professionals at Uptown Air Conditioning today.