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What do I do if my air conditioner isn't blowing cold air?
First things first, you should always check to make sure that your system is actually set on the air conditioning setting. If it is, sometimes the system will just simply not register what it is supposed to be doing. So, simply turn the unit off, restart it, and turn the air conditioning on again. If you still don’t feel any cool air coming out of your vents at any place in your home, then the next step would be to call the repairman to come to your home as soon as possible. Once the repair people are contacted there are one of two options for them to come and take care of the problem that your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning unit has with it. There are two most likely problems with the unit itself that are causing it to not properly cool the air that is filtering through your home. One of these problems in particular is a possible leak in the hose that distributes the refrigerant into the air to cool the air. A leaky hose could be caused by just normal age corrosion to the tubing, which is totally normal and isn’t anything to be worried about. Another possible thing that could be the cause of a leaking hose is just a bad tube that has a hole in it, or a small little pest has taken a liking to. Again, these problems are really common and aren’t that big of a deal because they are easily fixed by any trained HVAC repair person. The other possible reason for the air in your unit to not be properly cooled is that the chemical refrigerant is just out, and needs to be refilled in your unit. One way to prevent this from happening is by just having a repair person come and perform a general maintenance check on your unit about twice a year at least. For the most ideal amount of maintenance, we recommend having your unit check four times a year, in time with the changing of the seasons. This might seem excessive, so if you would rather choose the bi-yearly route, then most professionals recommend having your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning before the more harsh weather seasons, like winter and summer, when you’re more likely to use your HVAC system more often.
Can a dirty air filter cause AC not to cool?
The unit itself is not the only part of the system that should be checked at least bi-yearly. No, one of the most important things that you need to take care of in the HVAC system is the vent filters that filter out any of the dust that is in your home. These vent filters, although they don’t affect the temperature of the air itself any different, do help keep the air quality on the up and up in your home. The air quality is very important for your health and the general cleanliness of your home. The newer the air vent filter, the less dust you will have to deal with. Contact some of our repair people to get your vents filters taken care of today, as quick as a few minutes.
Contacting the pros in the Winston-Salem area is how you get the best results for you and your homes heating, ventilation, and air conditioning units. We can install a new unit in your home, replace an old beat up unit, update a pre-installed unit, and even perform any repairs that you might need to keep your home the temperature that you want it to be. Comfort is one of the most important things that you need to feel in your home, and the first step to feeling comfortable is exactly how warm or cool you choose to keep it at. The HVAC experts in Winston-Salem NC are trained to specifically help you find the correct unit for your climate, energy bill range, and specific wants and needs. Depending on what you want for your home, we can help you deal with the problem yourself. Weather you want to have a more eco-friendly, or want to have the smallest energy bill at the end of the month that you could have, we are confident that we can find the correct heating, ventilation, and air conditioner for you and your homes specific needs. Again, if you want to get in contact with the professionals in your area right now, then just call the number listed across any page on the site. If you have questions about your HVAC unit that is already installed, then we’re going to answer three of some of the most frequently asked ones now.