Air conditioners are one of the most important appliances in the home of anyone that lives in Florida. The heat, even in the winter, can make your home uncomfortable when it’s not working right. Below are a few things to look out for and call in a service technician to correct.
Not Blowing Cold Air
If your unit is not blowing cold air, but mildly cool, it could be due to a coolant leak. It can also happen if your air filter is dirty. The less the air exchange is, the warmer the air will blow. Check the air filter and then see if the coils are frozen over. That’s always a sure sign there is a coolant leak.
Blowing Warm Air
Blowing warm air out of the vent could also indicate a coolant leak It might also be that the thermostat is faulty, or the heat has been turned on accidentally. You will have to call in HVAC services in Fort Myers, FL to track down the source of the problem and get it repaired.
No Air Coming Out of Vents
If you are sure the HVAC system is on and operating, yet no air comes out of the vents, you may have a faulty fan motor. You will need a technician to change the fan. Fans normally begin to make odd noises before they go completely out.
The Air Conditioner Keeps Shutting Down
If the air conditioner refuses to cycle and it keeps shutting down, it might be a faulty thermostat or an internal electrical problem. Turn the system off and call in a service technician. The problem can be tracked down easily by a cooling specialist.
Even though some areas of the country are beginning to experience a cooldown, Floridians will need their air conditioning for a while longer. Make sure it’s in good operating condition by getting regular annual checkups.