Few things cause as much annoyance and worry as a non-functional AC unit. You may think that you will have to suffer through it until help arrives, but there are certain steps you can take to limit damage and get your AC back faster.
Limit the Damage
The first thing you should do when your AC stops working is to limit any additional damage that might occur.
Don’t Turn the AC Back On
Most homeowners will immediately try to turn their AC unit back on when it stops working. If something like a branch is stuck in the condenser fan, then this could cause the fan to completely stop working until it is properly repaired.
Inspect for Visual Signs of Damage
Smoke, brush in your unit, and any odd noises are telltale signs of damage.
Call a Technician for AC Repair
Something as simple as an air duct cleaning could provide just enough maintenance to get your AC running again. A professional can diagnose your unit and determine the source of the problem.
Contact Blair’s Air Conditioning in Clearwater for AC Repair
If the problem isn’t something simple, then you will need to call a professional you can trust to repair your air conditioning unit. This is where Blair’s Air Conditioning and Heating can help you solve your problems.
We can replace components in your system that may have undergone extensive wear or failure. We can update your system to ensure it works more efficiently, to diagnose any problems, and to provide regular air conditioning maintenance to ensure your system works as it should.