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Apr 11, 2019
posted by: McCall's Supply, Inc.
Why Is my AC Blowing Hot Air?
Is your AC unit ready for the upcoming summer months? Spring is a great time to get your general HVAC service questions answered.
General HVAC service questions can arise at any time. But as the weather warms up, so does the need to ask HVAC dealers and service professionals your questions. One problem that comes up every year is: “Why is my AC unit blowing hot air?” Find out why this might be happening and learn how to make the most out of a maintenance call from the pros.
When Your AC Isn’t Cold
Even though the weather doesn’t require AC yet, now is the time to make sure everything is working correctly and you're ready for that heat wave. What if you turn on your AC and it’s not cold? There are several reasons this could be happening, including broken or clogged air ducts, a dirty or clogged air filter, low refrigerant, or a faulty air compressor. The best way to determine the issue is to seek out the professional services of a McCall's HVAC technician.
Proper Maintenance Service
A professional HVAC technician can answer all of your HVAC service questions and provide you the peace of mind of a properly maintained system and a summer full of cold air. An HVAC service professional will clean the filters and make any recommendations for a replacement. They will check for dirt and debris, wear and tear, and alert you of any issues that might need future attention. It's often cheaper to take care of problems as they arise rather than wait until the system shuts down entirely and needs complete replacement.
Schedule an Appointment
The time is now to schedule an appointment to get your system inspected and ensure you’re ready for the warm summer. A well-maintained system will not only be more energy efficient but provide many years of safe heating and cooling. < a href="https://www.mccallsinc.com/contact">Contact McCall’s today to find out more and to get all of your general HVAC service questions answered.