Some air conditioning repair services can easily be taken care of by an experienced do-it-yourselfer, but other repairs warrant professional expertise. If your air conditioner stops working it could be due to a refrigerant leak, inadequate maintenance, electric control failure, sensor problems, drainage issues, or a number of other factors. Our technicians can take care of all your cooling system repair needs, for all types of air conditioners.
Common Air Conditioning Issues
If your air conditioner is broken or not working well, follow these steps before you call us:
- My AC doesn’t turn on – First, check the thermostat and make sure it is functioning properly. Change the batteries or check electrical power and make sure it is set correctly. If your thermostat is working as it should, check your breakers and make sure the breaker to the air conditioner hasn’t been tripped and that the fuse looks good.
- My AC blows warm air – Clean the filters and replace any that cannot be cleaned, such as the ones that use oil to collect dust and debris. The refrigerant level may be low. If this is the case, a licensed HVAC repair technician must be called to fill it back up.
- My AC won’t turn off – Your fan may be stuck on. To check, turn the fan to the “auto” position and see if your fan is still running. If the fan turns off as it should, it could be low coolant levels or your air conditioner is too small for the size of your home.
Comfort Residential Services has the necessary resources and experienced technicians who can restore your home to an ideal temperature in no time. We want to help ensure our customers always have a properly working cooling system, which is why we offer 24/7 emergency repair services. Find out how to get the most out of your cooling systems with our Planned Maintenance Agreements. For reliable AC repair services in North Carolina, contact us today.