Do you feel like something is off with your air conditioning system recently? Fire and Ice Heating & Air is here to help with your cooling dilemma. We have the best team at our company to evaluate your situation and provide appropriate and reliable solutions for your comfort equipment. We will also ensure that your system will be back in its ideal condition to provide the coziness you need.
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Are you having trouble with your skyrocketing energy bills and your A/C that’s not blowing cold air? If you don’t act right away, you’ll have to endure a sticky and uncomfortable day in your home.
Here are some of the reasons why your cooling system is not working correctly:
You Might Have Set Your Thermostat Incorrectly
Usually, it’s the thermostat’s fault that you have an uncooperative air conditioning system. If your thermostat is set at a higher threshold, it might not be turned on. You might also want to check if it’s on the ‘AUTO’ setting instead of ‘ON.’
If you still don’t feel any cold air, there could be an internal wiring problem causing the malfunction. If this is the case, you need to ask for an expert’s help.
Dirty Air Filter
Your filter plays a significant part in your A/C in blowing cold air. If it’s been a while since you’ve replaced it, it’s likely clogged by now. With a clogged filter, your airflow will be restricted, and it will accumulate dust and affect your air quality. We highly recommend checking your filter every month and change whenever necessary.
The outdoor part of your air conditioner is called a condenser. When dirt and debris get inside, it meddles with the process. Plus, your air conditioner will have to work even harder to pull in the air. It’s similar to the problem you’ll experience with a clogged filter.
Air conditioners experience mechanical issues at some point during their lifespan. This will cause your air conditioner not to work as it should. Call an expert immediately to examine your system’s inner parts.
Refrigerant is cycling between the outdoor and indoor air conditioning units. When a refrigerant leak occurs, your system won’t effectively absorb heat. By then, you’ll notice a decrease in cool air inside your space.
If you’re thinking of opting for a DIY repair for all these issues, think again. A/C repair requires HVAC experts. With a specialist’s skills and knowledge, you won’t have to worry about costly and recurring repairs.
We will get your air conditioning back in shape to provide the cooling you need in your home. We’re also available to provide our repair services 24/7.