July 30, 2014

Why does your air conditioning system blow warm air?

First, you could have accidentally set your thermostat too high without realizing it. Start there, just double-check that the temperate you want is reflected on your thermostat.

Next, inspect the unit outside your property. Overgrown bushes, shrubs or trees can restrict airflow leading to a malfunctioning HVAC system.

Original air conditioners still have the original refrigerant fluid in it. If the refrigerant level has run out, the A/C will simply stop blowing cool air. You can check your air conditioner’s operating guide, often found on the unit’s control panel for the manufacturers’ specifications, although it might be best to leave this task to a professional. They will know the correct type of refrigerant to use, as well as identify any other existing problems contributing to the warm air like missing insulation, leaking duct joints, faulty electrical or valve connections.

In the Vegas heat, it is important to catch the problem as soon as possible. If you’ve double-checked your thermostat and cleared away any obstructions restricting the unit outdoors, but your A/C system still blows warm air it is time to hire specialists. The Cooling Company is ready 24/7 to service your commercial or residential HVAC unit. Our number is (702) 567-0707. We look forward to hearing from you!

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