Every year we go on service calls where the air conditioner isn't really cooling and the cause is limited air circulation from an extremely dirty filter. Filthy filters lower indoor air quality, make the home less comfortable, and can result in frozen indoor coils, ultimately leading to severe repair work.
2. Switch Turned Off
Some heating and a/c systems have a wall switch at the indoor system for security and convenience that can be confused with a light switch. If this is mistakenly switched off or left off throughout moderate weather, your air conditioner will not start. Constantly examine the condition of this switch prior to calling us.
3. Tripped Breaker
One of the most typical causes of no-cool calls is a tripped breaker. Something is causing the breaker to trip. Often, it's something easy, like a bad breaker, loose wire, or a bad capacitor.
4. Refrigerant Leaks
An air conditioning system is a sealed system. Your air conditioner efficiency falls and electrical power usage increases. Your air conditioner might not cool.
Some thermostats should be changed in between heating mode and cooling mode. If the switch is in the incorrect position or breaks, your air conditioner will not begin. The switch may break; a voltage spike might cause a malfunction, and so on.
6. Clogged Drain Line
Air conditioners pull wetness out of damp air while decreasing the temperature level. The wetness is normally drained pipes out of your house through your pipes system. We clear the drain lines as part of our spring air conditioning tune-up or you can have it done independently, as required.
A contactor is an electromechanical switch in your air conditioner. In some cases the silver covering on a contactor will wear off and the contactor will stick, causing the outside unit to run continuously, which is expensive. We examine these as part of a spring tune-up, tidy the surface area of the contactors if required, and advise replacement if failure appears impending.
8. Unclean Evaporator Coil
The evaporator coil lies inside your house ... Regularly the coil has to be cleaned up or dust and dirt develop will restrict the coil's heat transfer capabilities and reduce system air flow. Dirty coils increase running expense and lower the convenience of your house. * Must be done by HEATING AND COOLING Professional
9. Dirty Condenser Coil
The condenser coil is the outside portion of your air conditioning system. A limited or filthy coil is inefficient, increasing electricity usage and reducing system cooling capacity. Keeping it tidy will go along method minimizing energy costs and decreasing the wear and tear on your air conditioning system.
10. Duct Leaks
With a forced air heating & cooling system you pay to condition air. The ductwork delivers the air to the different spaces. If the ductwork that supply's this air lies beyond the area you want conditioned like basement, crawl space or attic has leaks, you are paying to condition an area that you do not wish to condition and minimize the amount of air that could be conditioning the rooms you want to condition. This triggers longer run times and greater energy expenses. Inefficient ductwork (your air distribution system) is a major energy waster in most houses. I will have more on this in future posts.
Every year we go on service calls where the air conditioner isn't really cooling and the cause is limited air flow from an incredibly dirty filter. Some heating and air conditioning systems have a wall switch at the indoor unit for security and benefit that can be confused with a light switch. Air conditioners pull moisture out of damp air while decreasing the temperature. With a forced air heating & cooling system you pay to condition air. If the ductwork that supply's this air is located outside of the area you desire conditioned like basement, crawl area or attic has leaks, you are paying to condition a space that you do not want to condition and lower the ac repair quantity of air that could be conditioning the rooms you desire to condition.