Date: July 15, 2019
Summer is in full swing here in Massachusetts – and with the hot, sticky weather we’ve been experiencing so far, your central air conditioner is probably working overtime keep your family comfortable.
The problem with all of that overtime work, of course, is that it can accelerate the wear and tear on your cooling equipment – especially if you haven’t been keeping up with your annual air conditioner maintenance. Eventually, you might come home, turn on your AC, and find that warm air is coming from your vents.
Here are three possible reasons why your AC is blowing warm air:
If you have warm air from your vents, notice frozen evaporator coils, and have eliminated a clogged air filter as a possible cause of the problem, it’s important to have your cooling system checked out by an HVAC professional immediately. A refrigerant leak is often the result of wear and tear to your cooling equipment or weather damage and can the first domino in a series of larger, more costly air conditioner repairs.
When you schedule an annual air conditioning tune-up and inspection, an expert technician will check for leaks and monitor refrigerant levels to be sure your system is performing at its best – which is another reason to make sure you have routine A/C maintenance every year.
Air conditioner struggling to keep up? Contact Cubby Oil & Energy today for expert air conditioning repair, air conditioning service, and air conditioning installation for your Massachusetts home!
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