When your air conditioning unit isn’t functioning properly, it can be a big problem, especially in Texas. Our summers can get downright steamy; so hot you can fry an egg on the road.
There are several things that could be wrong with your residential or commercial air conditioner, and they all impact your energy bill, your comfort level, and your mental state, because who can work or relax when you’re feeling sticky from sweating inside?
Before resorting to The Woodlands AC repair, read on to learn why your AC could be having issues and to see if there’s anything you can do yourself. Of course, if you have any questions or concerns regarding your air conditioner in Baytown or The Woodlands area, the certified technicians at Expert Air are just a phone call away!
Common AC Problems
Below are some of the more common reasons that your air conditioning system may be having issues and what you can do to resolve them.
1) Insulation Installed Improperly
For inspection and to schedule proper insulation installation, contact Expert Air today.
2) AC Condenser Unit Not Maintained
Ensure proper lawn maintenance surrounding your AC unit. Keep an eye out for debris and clean it regularly.
3) Thermostat Issues
If your thermostat and HVAC system aren’t communicating properly, it could be the reason your AC isn’t working properly. For your thermostat repair, replacement, upgrades, and installations, contact us today.
4) Airflow Insufficiency
Change out your air filter when needed, usually every 3-4 months. If you have pets or someone in your home has allergies, you can do this more frequently. You may need a duct cleaning or fan testing.
5) Electrical Issues
Check your breakers, flip them off and back on again
6) Frozen Air Handler
Check behind your AC unit and inspect the evaporator coils. Frozen coils will cause the air to be hot. To thaw the frozen coils, turn off your AC unit for 24 hours. Once defrosted, check the coils to see if they are dirty, and clean them if needed. If that doesn’t work, you might need to contact an HVAC professional for AC maintenance.
7) Low Refrigerant
Refrigerant is required to produce cool air, just like in your car. You must hire a professional HVAC technician to install and dispose of used refrigerant.
The Woodlands & Baytown Air Conditioning Pros
If you are ready to have your air conditioning unit inspected, repaired, replaced, or installed in the Greater Houston area or any of the surrounding cities that we provide expert service to, reach out to us today or book your service online!Book Now