Why Isn’t My Air-Conditioner Working?

Why Isn’t My Air-Conditioner Working?

Today’s modern Americans view air-conditioning as a must-have, no longer just a luxury. Nothing leaves us more hot and bothered during the Dog Days of Summer than a failing HVAC system. Lifestyle Comfort Solutions explains more reasons your cooling system may not perform as you expect it to.

Unexpected Damage

The refrigerant line may be cut during the simple act of mowing the lawn.

HVAC power wires may be knocked loose during other DIY repair projects.

Kids playing in the yard may unintentionally damage the outdoor condenser.

Simple as these seem, it may require a trained professional like Lifestyle Comfort Solutions’ technicians to diagnose the problem.

Duct Damage

Think of your ducts like the circulatory system which carries blood around your body. Ducts with cracks, bends, or a poor design, can’t carry cool, conditioned air where you will enjoy it.

Duct design and repair is not a DIY project. Despite its name, duct tape is not the answer!

Depend on your Lifestyle Comfort Solutions’ professional for duct repair you can count on.

Summer Storms

Summer thunderstorms play havoc with your HVAC system. A blown fuse or tripped circuit breaker cuts off power.

Power outages which last only a few seconds may result in a power surge with costly damage to your HVAC unit.

You protect your electronics and computers from power surges.

Let Lifestyle Comfort Solutions protect your home’s most expensive appliance–the HVAC system.

Major Component Failure

Restricted air flow from a dirty filter may cause the evaporator coil, the part that cools the air, to completely freeze up.

A failing condenser fan motor create serious problems.

Worst of all, a failing compressor is like your furnace having a heart attack. Compressor replacement is costly and time-consuming. Depending on the age of the HVAC system, a failed compressor signals it’s time to install a new system.