A cooling emergency requires fast action to restore the function of your home’s cooling system.
Certain circumstances indicate that you should contact a certified HVAC technician for emergency AC services.
Complete air conditioner breakdowns occur when you simply can’t get your AC to activate or blow cooled air through your home as it should. If your air conditioner isn’t working, the first things you should check are your circuit breaker and your thermostat, which are often the culprits. If your AC unit simply won’t work to keep your home and you cool, that is an emergency and you should call a trusted HVAC professional. Air conditioning problems associated with water damage, such as a clogged condensate drain or ice formation on the coils, should be addressed by an emergency AC repair service asap. The longer you go without repair, the more extensive the damage can get, costing you more money than you planned on spending on a repair. Electrical problems are not issues that should wait for normal working hours. If your air conditioner is experiencing an electrical issue, such as constantly tripping your breaker, creating a burning electrical smell, or dimming the lights in your home when a system activates, it’s time to call for emergency AC repair. Electrical issues are serious and should be treated as such by a professional HVAC technician. This is not a DIY situation. An AC professional has the experience and the technical knowledge needed to identify the source of the problem and solve it quickly to both restore home cooling and reduce the risk of a serious home electrical issue, such as a blackout or fire.