When you find your AC not working, it doesn’t mean your system is a goner. In fact, there are a few things you can do yourself to remedy the situation.
But it’s important to remember that HVAC technicians have been trained to work on HVAC systems. There’s also high voltage in AC systems which should be enough to have you reconsider HVAC DIY projects. If you’re not confident in your ability to perform your own AC maintenance, don’t have the time or energy, or your efforts prove fruitless, then it’s time to call in a professional.
To help cool you and your frustrations, we’re providing tips that you can do yourself. But it’s always best to get a professional assessment from an HVAC expert to extend the life of your system to its full potential.
Ready to rest in the comfort of a fully functioning AC system? Schedule an evaluation with Moss today!
Give your sinuses a break and improve your indoor air quality by changing your air filter on a regular basis.
The changing schedule depends on the specific air filters you choose to buy. The first step is to ensure it’s the right size. Then, make sure to place it in the correct position with the airflow arrow pointing into the air return. Finally, put reminders in your calendar to change the filter as instructed.
Not only will this help subdue sinus issues, but you’ll also help your AC do its job by removing the obstruction of a dirty air filter.
Have you noticed embedded dust or a sludge film buildup on your AC coils?
Using a spray bottle, gently mist your coils with clean water. Follow this with a coil brush applied in the direction of the coils. While this is fairly easy for some people, it may seem overwhelming to others.
If you are hesitant to clean your own coils, simply schedule an AC tune-up to have a professional take the task off your hands.
Your AC and entire HVAC system, for that matter, is made up of several different parts. Each component has its own job. If one piece of the puzzle stops working, the system’s overall function and performance may be affected.
Your condensate and overflow drains are no exception. In fact, your HVAC system should switch off automatically if either drain is not working. This is to prevent a massive leak in your home from occurring.
A quick blast from a CO2-powered drain gun should push any clogs through. But if this doesn’t do the trick, then call in reinforcements.
AC not working? Don’t sweat it. Call Moss for a professional evaluation and repair.
Wouldn’t it be great if everything in life could be fixed with a quick, inexpensive battery swap?
Luckily, that’s often the case when it comes to thermostats. If you find your AC not working, look at your thermostat. You may simply need to switch out the batteries. If it’s still not working, you may need an HVAC technician to recalibrate or change its location to an optimal spot.
The best thing you can do for your AC and your long-term budget is to schedule bi-annual AC tune-ups. This will allow an expert HVAC technician to catch minor problems before they become major, expensive issues. Plus, it will ensure your AC works when you need it and that you have high-quality air inside your home or business.
Stop putting off your HVAC maintenance. Schedule a tune-up today.