If so, then you’ve got a big problem on your hands! We are not going to be relying on our air conditioning systems too heavily in the immediate future, but that does not mean that you can afford to overlook such an obvious sign of trouble. If your air conditioner in North Seattle, WA is not able to effectively cool the air in your home, it’s not really good for much, is it?
Fortunately for you, our technicians are here to help get your system back on track. We’ve also got a few tips to help you rule out any obvious issues with simple fixes before you call for air conditioning repairs. Feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns that you may have.
Have You Checked Your Thermostat?
This is going to sound a bit silly, but you’d be surprised to see just how many times it’s happened. Sometimes, simple user error is the culprit in a scenario with an AC blowing warm air. If you have your system set to fan-only, or if you’ve set the thermostat incorrectly or left it in heating mode, then resolving this particular problem is suddenly as simple as flipping a switch.
Have You Checked Your Circuit Breaker?
If not, you may want to do so before contact us to schedule repairs. You can also run out back to see if the compressor/condenser unit is running. If you have your air handler on a separate circuit than the outdoor AC unit, the breaker may have tripped just for the outside unit. In this case, your fan may still be operational, but is blowing warm air.
It Could Be More Serious
Those are obviously best case scenarios. If there is no immediately apparent reason for your AC blowing warm air, contact us right away. It’s very possible that you have a refrigerant leak or some other issue that is going to require professional repair services. When it comes to your air conditioner’s operation, you should never bide your time.
Contact G & S Heating Cooling & Electric to schedule service.