Air Conditioner not working? We can help today! If you are sitting in your home with a broken ac unit blowing hot air we know you are not a jolly person living in Jollyville. Don't fret, one call can fix this problem.
Jollyville, TX is home to around 16,151 individuals and is a suburb of north Austin. The area was first settled in 1841 by Henry Rhodes and was named by a later settler known as John G. Jolly. Eventually, the growth of Austin led to an expansion of Jollyville, and it is now a great suburb for families to live, work, and play. The climate in this area of Texas is categorized by mild winters and scorching summers. Average temperatures are in the mid to upper 90s during June, July, and August. This is why it is so important to be sure that your air conditioner is in good, working condition if you are a homeowner here.
We have all been in homes that don't have a working AC. They are hot, miserable, and very uncomfortable. This is not the environment you want to create for your loved ones, pets, or for anyone who visits your home. This is why you will need to know a trusted AC repair contractor serving the area to be sure that when your AC conks out, it can quickly and efficiently be repaired by a team of knowledgeable, insured, licensed, and experienced professionals who know your area and neighborhood. That is precisely what you will be getting when you choose to do work with our HVAC team!
Most homes in Jollyville have a central AC system installed to help with moving cool air throughout all the rooms and levels of the building. When your unit doesn't seem to be working like it should, there are few things you can do on your own to see if you can determine what the problem is while you are waiting for the AC repair team to show up. Take a look below at the tips provided by Home Tips.
- Check the main electrical panel. You may find a tripped or blown fuse going to your central AC system. The cooling unit should be on a dedicated 240-volt circuit for optimal performance.
- Be sure that the furnace power switch is on and that the outdoor condenser unit hasn't been shut off.
- Check the thermostat in your home to be sure that it is set properly for the temperature that you want. You may need to reset the thermostat by removing the cover and unscrewing the wire from the Y terminal. Turn the power back on and hold the wire by its insulation. Touch the bare end of the wire to the R terminal and hold it there for a couple minutes. If the compressor comes on, then the thermostat may need to be replaced.
- Replace the air filter if it is clogged full with dust, dirt, and debris. This can prevent your cooling system from properly delivering air throughout your home.
- Clean the condenser unit to be sure that it isn't filled with dust, as well.
If you are not comfortable doing the above steps, it is recommended for you to wait until the HVAC professional arrives at your home. He will be able to thoroughly diagnose the problem with the system and he will provide you with a repair solution to get the AC working like normal again. If it is beyond repair, we can also provide you with AC replacement services with makes and models from some of the biggest and most well-known brands in the industry.
Give us a call today or fill out our online contact form for more information. We appreciate your interest in our business and look forward to hearing from you soon!
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