When summer is in full swing, there is nothing better than having an air conditioner that is working in tip-top shape. If your air conditioning is not functioning as well as it should, it may be time for AC maintenance. One of the most common problems homeowners experience is that their air is running but not cooling.
Why is My Air Not Cool?
There are several reasons you could need AC repair, including:
● Dirty Air Filter: If your air filter is dirty, it won’t be able to properly filter the air you need to cool your home. This can make for more work on your AC unit, and less cooling for your home.
● Incorrect Thermostat Setting: If your thermostat is set to ‘On’ instead of ‘Auto,’ the fan may continue to run, even if the unit is not cooling.
● Broken Fan Motor: One of the key parts of your AC unit, if the motor is broken, you will not experience the cooled air you are seeking.
● Refrigerant Leak: With a refrigerant leak, you may find yourself needing an AC repair in order to feel cool air again. Not only do leaks decrease cooling capacity, but they also increase the amount of work your AC unit must perform.
● Faulty Compressor: While many homeowners may not think of the compressor as a problem, this is something a trained professional can evaluate, to determine whether or not your AC unit is up to par.
When a professional evaluates your air conditioning system, it may be determined that one or more of these are the cause of your faulty cooling system. Rest assured, once the problem is diagnosed, we will work quickly to ensure your family’s comfort is restored as soon as possible.
Are Air Conditioning Repairs Expensive?
AC maintenance and repair can be an expensive endeavor. Fortunately, our team understands your concerns and will calculate your pricing on an individual basis. This allows us to ensure that you pay for only what you need to get the cool, comfortable results that you deserve.
At All Service Heating & Air, we prioritize finding a solution and delivering high quality results that you can enjoy for the long term. So if you have questions about your air conditioning unit and are ready to learn more, do not hesitate to contact us.