Temperatures are soaring this time of year and reaching record highs that can make you feel like your skin may melt off your face or your car tires might melt right to the road. Las Vegas is no stranger to extreme temperatures in the summer and keeping your home cool is a must to survive this time of year. One of the worst situations you can run into when the heat is blistering is having your air conditioning fail to work properly. Your home should be a place of refuge from the extreme temperatures, but when your air conditioner fails to work, your home can feel like a sauna or sweat lodge, leaving you with no place to escape the heat. The heat can take a serious toll on your air conditioning unit, so it is important to give your A/C system the attention it needs to provide you with cool air throughout the summer. Air Supply Heating and Air Conditioning is your number one source for expert A/C care this summer.
Don’t Let Common Air Conditioner Problems Ruin Your Summer
Summer heat will often result in a poor working air conditioning unit; many times these problems caused by the heat can be quickly fixed. One of the most common issues that homeowners run into with their air conditioning unit is when the air condenser stops running. The most common cause of this issue is that the unit is not receiving any power. Inspect everything to make sure it is plugged in properly. If the unit is plugged in, check to see if there is a blown fuse or a tripped circuit, these problems will disrupt the unit from being powered. Another cause of this issue could be a problem with your thermostat. If a thermostat is not reading the temperature properly, then it will not kick on the air conditioning unit. Try lowering the temperature of the thermostat, if the unit does not turn on then it is time to call in a professional from Air Supply Heating and Air Conditioning.
You Need Cold Air Blowing Out of Vents When Your Air Conditioner Kicks On!
Another common occurrence that hom owners complain about in the summer time is that the air blowing through their vents is not cool. When your air conditioner is on, the air coming out of the vents into your home should indeed be cooler air. If the air is not cool, then there is definitely a problem. First, check your thermostat to make sure it is set at the desired temperature, if it is, then look to see if the condenser is dirty or blocked. Clean the condenser or remove any debris that is blocking it. After inspecting your A/C for these issues, if it still will not blow any cool air, then you probably have a problem with a faulty compressor or low refrigerant. Both of these problems require the skills and experience of a professional from Air Supply Heating and Air Conditioning.
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Contact Air Supply Heating and Air Conditioning today to keep your home cool and your family cool and comfortable this summer!