During the long and hot Florida summer, we rely on our air conditioners to provide refuge from the blistering outdoor heat. So when our AC suddenly stops delivering cool refreshing air, you need to know what’s causing the problem as soon as possible.
There are many different things that may cause your AC to pump out hot air. Often, the problem is a simple and easy problem to fix. Here are just some of the most common problems that may be causing hot air to come out of your AC:
Wrong Thermostat Settings
It may seem basic, but one of the first things to check for when your AC starts blowing warm air is your thermostat. Make sure that your thermostat is set to “cool” and not “heat.” While it may seem silly to check, the last thing you want is to have a technician come out and discover that it was a simple overlook.
Refrigerant leaks are very serious issues that can cause your AC to blow warm air. If left unfixed, a refrigerant leak may even lead to other serious problems with your AC.
One way you may be able to see if you have a refrigerant leak is by looking for ice or condensation on interior and exterior AC units. Refrigerant is a harmful substance that must be handled by a certified professional. If you suspect a refrigerant leak, call an HVAC technician at once.
In order for your air conditioner to work properly, it needs unrestricted airflow. So, when your filter is dirty, this can mess up your entire system and possibly cause warm air to come out of your vents. Change your filter every 30 days to keep your system running properly and your air cool.
Call the Professionals
These are just some of the possible causes of warm air coming out of your system. In order to figure out what is causing your AC problems, you will need an experienced technician to take a look at your system.
If you’re experiencing warm air coming from your vents, and you just don’t know why, call AIr Tech of Central Florida today! Our team of AC professionals will help you find the root of your AC woes and get your system blowing cool air again. Contact Us or schedule your appointment online.