Oh no! It’s a terrible feeling when you turn on your air conditioner only to find that the air coming out of your vents is hot instead of cold. It’s especially bad when you’re in the middle of a heatwave or a hot summer day and you just want to get cool.
There are a few things you can look at before you call for A/C repair. If you don’t want to do these yourself, call us at Turner’s Service Co and one of our air conditioning repair techs will be out soon! Before long, you’ll have the cool air you need once again. CALL NOW!
Did your circuit breaker flip without you knowing it? If something overwhelmed the circuit or the breaker needs replacing, this can happen a lot. In fact, it likely happens more often than you think! We get a lot of calls where the breaker is the problem instead of the A/C, so it’s worth checking yours before you get professional A/C repair!
Did someone accidentally bump up the temperature setting on your thermostat or, even worse, turn it to “Heat” instead of “Cool”? Make sure your settings are just where you want them before you panic about your air conditioner.
If you have a programmable thermostat, make sure each setting is right. If you exchanged an “AM” for a “PM” that could explain your issues. If you can change your thermostat settings via your phone, make sure someone didn’t do just that as a joke or because they didn’t know what they were doing. If you’ve let a kid play with your phone recently, they could have wreaked havoc on your thermostat programming!
All of the air that your system uses has to come through the filter. If the filter is clogged, the system won’t get the air that it needs and the results may feel like warm air coming out of your vents. Most filters need changing somewhere between once a month and once a quarter, depending on the particulars of your system and how often you use it. If you let it go too long, your A/C will struggle.
Dust and debris can gather on the evaporator coils in your outdoor A/C unit. Pull off the cover and clean these gently. Since these do the actual work of cooling air for your home, take time to get them good and clean, then run your system again. This small task can significantly improve your A/C’s functioning and its ability to effectively cool your home. Be sure to clean them gently so you don’t damage the unit.
If these don’t work, call us for air conditioning repair right away. If yours can be fixed, we’ll get it done fast. If it can’t, we’ll have your A/C installation completed before you know it. Get cool at home again with Turner’s Service Co!
Friendly and courteous, went beyond the initial problem to check all factors that may have contributed to my heating issue. Joe took several extra steps to isolate the issue and spent the necessary time to check all factors, from thermostat to element.
We woke up on this cold morning with a broken furnace. Called Turners and they were out within a couple hours, found the issue, and repaired immediately. So pleased we won’t have to suffer the cold with no heat! Tim was awesome, super friendly, and would welcome his work anytime!
DJ was super helpful and courteous. He arrived at my condo on time and walked me through his evaluation of the issue. He provided me with all of my options and allowed me to decide how to proceed. Would definitely recommend Turner’s Service!
I am very pleased with their customer service and technical proficiency. These technicians are honest and explain things well. I plan to continue to use Turner’s for HVAC servicing and would give them a strong recommendation.
Very thorough, very friendly, was detailed about the use and operating instructions. Turner’s is a company that you can trust. They are not trying to up-sell you, but keep you as a loyal customer. I have used them for years for my HVAC maintenance and repair needs.
The Turner’s technician arrived on time and listened to our issues with the AC unit. He thoroughly checked it out, explained everything and was able to find the issue. Joe was great. I would highly recommend Turner’s Service Co. to anyone looking for a HVAC company.