Things to Know Before Calling an Air Conditioning Service

You might have an air conditioner that does not operate or is functioning poorly. The first thing you might want to do is call a professional. However, there are certain things you should do or know before calling for an air conditioning service.
Below are some things to know or check before calling an air conditioner repair professional:
1.Evaluate the problem– Identify the problem. Check if the unit is not working or if it is not cooling the air, or blowing warm air.
2.See if the air conditioner is not working at all-In such a case, check the condenser or air handler/furnace. Check the circuit breakers and fuses. Make sure they are in place, turned on, and functioning properly. Check also the thermostat and make sure it is set to cool at the current temperature.
3.Check the fan blower belt – Any kind of damage or breakage in the fan blower belt can cause low air flow which allows ice to form, and thus causes low cooling performance.
4.Check the coils and filter. See if there are caked with dust and debris in the coils and filters and clean them thoroughly.
5.Check the vents-Make sure the vents from where the air is ventilated are opened properly.
6.Call for service– If you have confirmed everything is connected, powered, set up properly, and clean, yet the air conditioner is not working, then it may be time to call a professional.

Air Conditioning Repair Service in Westchester County, Yonkers, Stamford and Greenwich

If your air conditioner needs a professional hand, then contact Bruni&Campisi. We have been in the business of installing, maintaining and repairing air conditioners in New York and Connecticut for more than 35 years. We provide the best service with our most reliable, skillful and experienced technicians. You can call us at 914.269.6760 (NY) and 203.413.5533 (CT) any time of the day and we will be right at your service.

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