You might be able to fix the problem on your own and save the professional service call for something more serious.
That’s why we want to share with you a few simple steps you can take yourself to troubleshoot your system.
- Check your thermostat. Just take a moment and check your thermostat settings before calling a technician. It could be that a child messed with the settings or something wasn’t set correctly.
- Check your thermostat’s batteries. This might sound like an obvious one, but not all thermostats use batteries. Check if your thermostat uses batteries, and if so try replacing them. This just might solve your problem and save you a service call.
- Check filters. HVAC filters should be replaced every month, especially during seasons of heavy use, like summer and winter. If your HVAC unit doesn’t blow sufficient air through vents, it could be the result of a clogged filter.
- Check the circuit breaker. If you've tried everything else and your unit just won’t turn on, try checking the circuit breakers or fuse box. Make sure your HVAC circuit breakers haven’t been tripped.
If you're still not able to fix the issue after taking all these steps, it may be time to contact us for professional help. As a Rheem PRO Partner we use only genuine factory parts, and with over 25 years of experience in the market. If you need your air conditioner fixed fast, or if your HVAC unit is in need of regular maintenance, call Comfort Air now to book an appointment! We work 24/7 for you!