Summer is almost here. That means turning on your air conditioner to escape the blazing heat. But what if your air conditioner doesn’t turn on? Today we will be discussing common air conditioner problems that homeowners may encounter.
Issues with Your Thermostat
Your thermostat is your main point of contact when it comes to controlling your air conditioner. The problem may lie in your thermostat when your air conditioner doesn’t perform as usual. Some reasons your thermostat may be failing you can be due to calibration issues, wrong system settings, or even incorrect temperature. If you suspect your thermostat is the issue, contact Aire One Heating and Cooling, serving Newmarket, Keswick, Aurora, Stouffville, King City, North York, and other surrounding areas across Southern Ontario, for HVAC services.
A refrigerant leak is a serious issue that will affect the performance and efficiency of your AC. Often, the leak is caused by holes appearing the coils. Ignoring the leak will be harmful to both your air conditioner and the environment. If you suspect a refrigerant leak, contact Aire One Heating and Cooling, serving Aurora, Keswick, Newmarket, Stouffville, King City, North York, and other surrounding areas across Southern Ontario, immediately for emergency repair services.
Clogged Air Filter
Your air filter is responsible in filtering out dust, dirt, and other pollutants from your air flow. It is important to be replacing your air filter every 60 to 90 days because failing to do so will lead to a clogged filter. As a result, your air conditioner’s ability to work efficiently will decrease and may lead to your coils freezing up which can harshly impact your AC unit.
Your air conditioner relies on its drain line to function correctly. Water can begin to back up and negatively impact your air conditioner if your drain line clogs or pan gets full. Contact our experts at Aire One Heating and Cooling, serving Keswick, Aurora, Newmarket, Stouffville, King City, North York, and other surrounding areas across Southern Ontario, for air conditioner repair services.
Dirty Condenser Coils
Your condenser is located outdoors where dirt, grime, and rubbish can accumulate over time. If your condenser coils are dirty your air conditioner will begin to overwork itself to function. This can result in the system failing.
To avoid experiencing air conditioner problems or failure, we recommended you schedule an appointment with a certified technician from Aire One Heating and Cooling. Routine maintenance ensures your air conditioner will run smoothly all summer long and can also help uncover any problems before the hot season. Contact us today to speak with a representative about scheduling an appointment.