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24-Hour Emergency Service

904-827-1216

Serving St. Johns County, Fl. and Surrounding Areas

Where Quality and Experience Make the Difference
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24-Hour Emergency Service

904-827-1216

Serving St. Johns County, Fl. and Surrounding Areas

According to American Housing Survey and the United States Census Bureau, 65% of homes have central air conditioning while 22% have window or room units. Many homeowners experience technical issues with their home air conditioning. When your HVAC system isn’t working properly, it’s natural to reach out to emergency air conditioning services for repair. Before you call, there are things you should look for before wasting money on an unnecessary service call. Here are the four things you should examine before you call for emergency AC repair.

Check for Electrical Power

Is there a power outage in your neighborhood? Is the electrical wire plugged in properly? Many emergency air conditioning repair technicians respond to calls where the neighborhood has no power. This leads to wasting time and money on emergency air conditioning services. Check for damaged electrical wiring that can cause the system to short circuit or not turn on.

Look for A Clogged Air Filter

Filters ensure proper airflow through ducts and vents. If you have a clogged air filter, it could cause your system to overwork and break down. Try changing your filter first before calling emergency AC repair to see if there is any improvement.

Examine the Condensation Pump and AC Drain

Most air conditioning units feature a water safety switch that prevents water from leaking into your house. Before calling an HVAC company, examine the pan underneath the unit for water. Flush out the AC drain line to remove any potential blockages. This may restore functioning to your AC unit.

Reset the Breaker

Another reason your AC unit may have stopped working is a tripped circuit breaker. Check your circuit breaker and reset if needed. If your circuit breaker continues to trip, you may need to consult an electrician. If the circuit breaker isn’t tripped, call a licensed HVAC repair technician immediately.

Annual maintenance can help prevent the need for emergency AC repair. If you can’t figure out what is causing your AC unit to function properly, Wilson Air Conditioning can help. Our experienced technicians are available to help diagnose and repair your AC unit so you can stay cool as the temperatures get warm. Contact us today to schedule an appointment.