Common AC Problems in Hurricane

June 22, 2015

When your home’s air conditioner goes on the fritz you want to get the problem taken care of as soon as possible. Teays Valley Service Experts Heating & Air Conditioning can help you do just that so you can get back to enjoying life with a properly functioning air conditioner. Searching for what might be out of whack with your air conditioner and if you might need to schedule an AC repair? Here’s a short checklist of common AC problems.

  • Filter first

  • First things first: check your home’s air filters. Old or inefficient air filters are common culprits for turning a perfectly functional and efficient air conditioner into a slow and inefficient one. How do you know if you ought to change your filters? If you don’t know the last time you changed them, it’s almost certainly time to do so. If you’re still not sure, remove the air filter and check for visible dirt. If there is visible dust or dirt, throw it out and put a new one in first thing.
  • Check the air conditioner

  • If your air filter is still clean, go outside and have a look at the air conditioner itself. Sometimes sticks, leaves, and other debris can become stuck in or build up around the system. Check for these and other immediate signs that something may be out of place. Listen for loud or irregular sounds coming from the system as it runs. Though you shouldn’t attempt an AC repair on your own, you can trust your instincts to take note when something looks or sounds incorrect.
  • Determine the length of the AC cycle

  • An improper cooling cycle may be part of the problem. Listen to how long the air runs in one cycle. An air conditioner in good working order typically runs for longer periods of time and stays off for a similar period of time, rather than flipping on and off in short bursts. An irregular AC cycle may be an sign of more serious problems that will call for professional AC repair sooner rather than later.
  • Check your fuse box

  • If the system shuts down, there may be a breaker flipped or a fuse blown. A tripped breaker may occur in a storm, but if Hurricane hasn't had any severe weather, there may be a more pressing problem that’s causing the breaker to trip. If the breaker in question gets tripped again soon after you flip it back on, call Teays Valley Service Experts Heating & Air Conditioning at .

Expert HVAC repair technicians at Teays Valley Service Experts Heating & Air Conditioning are on call 24/7/365 to repair these and other common AC problems. Call or use our online scheduler today for fast, reliable AC repair service from the best technicians in town.

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