There is nothing that could be worse than waking up to a hot, steamy day, and the air conditioner stops working. For some reason, it seems like air conditioning units break down at the most inopportune time. It doesn’t have to be that way, however. If you are proactive, you will ensure that your air conditioning unit or HVAC is on a preventative maintenance schedule. There is a contractor that does AC repair in Davenport FL who tells potential clients how to troubleshoot and possibly avoid calling for the repair of the air conditioning or HVAC.
* The most obvious sign that the air conditioner is not working is when it stops cooling. The first thing that should be checked, but people somehow fail to, is the thermostat. Ensure that the setting is right to cause the thermostat to be activated.
* The next thing to check is to see if the outside fans are operating. If they are not, you may want to check the circuit breakers to ensure they have not tripped.
* If the breakers are not tripped, you might have a problem with the control board, in which case, a professional technician will have to be called.
* If the blower motor is not running, but you find that your outside fans are operating, then the problem will probably be the blower motor. That will have to be replaced usually.
* If it turns out that the air conditioning compressor is working, but the fans are not working, the problem will likely be the condenser motor. That may need to be repaired or replaced.
* A final thing you want to ensure to do is that the air filters are replaced or cleaned as needed.
These are just a few things you can check that might save you from having to call a technician out. However, if you must call a technician, Watts Air Conditioning, Inc. is available in the Davenport, Florida area. The company has been serving the Florida area for over 37 years. The company operates 24 hours a day. If looking for a technician who does Ac Repair in Davenport FL or the surrounding area, Watts is available. The contractor invites you to “visit our website“.