Troubleshooting AC Repair Issues
It’s hot and muggy outside. You just got home from a long day and walk in the house only to be met with hot and muggy air inside your home. What are your next steps? First, try to troubleshoot the problem:
- Check the thermostat to make sure someone didn’t accidentally turn the AC off.
- Take a look at the circuit breaker box to see if the breaker needs to be reset.
- Check the outside unit and see if there is ice on the fins.
If the thermostat was mistakenly turned off or set up to 90 degrees by mistake, reset it to your normal temperature. Setting to a much lower temperature will not help your house cool any faster. If your air conditioner comes on and there is cool air coming out of the vents, you’re in the clear. If it’s not blowing cold air, you should call us right away for an AC repair.
Signs Your Air Conditioner Needs a Repair
Sometimes the signs that you need AC repair are more subtle. It’s never a good idea to ignore the signs. Often, a sign can indicate a minor repair that will turn into a much more complex repair, if left unresolved. If you notice any of the following, please call us to schedule a service or repair appointment:
- Warm air is coming out of your vents.
- There is very little airflow from your vents.
- Your system is turning on and off frequently.
- Your home feels humid, and it usually doesn’t.
- You notice an odor or strange noises when the AC is on.
- You found a puddle of water near your indoor unit.
Call Branson HVAC Today for Your AC Repair
As a family-owned and operated HVAC company, we understand how important it is to get a speedy response to a cooling problem. We offer same-day service whenever possible and a 100 percent satisfaction guarantee with all repairs that we complete.
Our years of experience in the field will have your home comfortable again quickly and efficiently. Call us today to learn more about our AC repair service. Our service area includes Branson, Forsyth, Hollister, Kimberling City, Blue Eye, Ridgedale, MO and the surrounding areas.