If you haven't signed on for maintenance agreements, you're more likely than not to run into some air conditioning issue. A qualified repair technician should handle in-depth problems, but there are simple troubleshooting steps most homeowners can attempt. Keep reading for a look at three of the options at your disposal.
Not every HVAC issue is about the system itself. Sometimes the unit will stop working because of a blown fuse or tripped breaker. Go to the main electrical panel and check for tripped circuits. If the breaker is reset but continues to trip, you might want to consult a technician.
Sometimes the thermostat might be set to "on," which means the fan would blow continuously. This includes when the air isn't cooled, which could make the unit appear broken. Try making sure the setting is set to cool and choose "auto" instead of "on."
The best way to handle any problem is to avoid it in the first place. This is where routine scheduled maintenance comes into play - because who wants to get caught with no air conditioning on a hot summer day? With the preventative maintenance plans available through G+S Energy, you can rest assured that we'll handle even the most subtle, difficult to spot problems well before they can become serious issues.
To learn more about how our skilled technicians can assist as a part of our maintenance agreements, contact us today.Back