Things to check before calling for ac repair Lantana Texas service:
1. Does the home have electricity? If your air conditioner won’t even turn on, then the first step to diagnosing this issue is to check if your home has electricity. Overlooking the fact that you don’t have electricity during the daytime is very common because during the daytime you don’t depend on lights.
2. Have you checked the air filter? Air filters could be the root cause of your ac unit not blowing a cool breeze. Make sure your ac air filters are not clogged, which is common if you don’t get regular ac maintenance on your unit. If you find that your air filters are indeed clogged up, you can either clean them if possible or replace them with the correct air filter.
3. Are there batteries in the thermostat? If your thermostat display won’t turn on (especially on a remote control thermostat) this could be because of the batteries dying out. Change the batteries and voila, your ac is back to normal.
4. Has the circuit breaker been tripped? If your ac won’t turn on, and you have electricity to the home, then the next thing to check is the breaker. If it’s been tripped switch it back on. If it goes off again, then it’s time to call us, because you have a bigger problem which needs to be diagnosed by a professional ac technician.
5. Did you check the disconnect switch to the outdoor unit? Some ac units may have a disconnect switch near the outdoor unit. If the switch is not plugged in or has been flipped off your outdoor unit won’t kick on. If this is the case, then simply flip the switch back on or plug it back in. Once your outdoor unit gets electricity it should work just as it used to. Warning: The outdoor switch is usually a 240 volt plug which means you need to be careful with it.
Tried everything but my air conditioner still won’t work. What Now? If you’ve tried everything above and your ac unit still won’t work, then it’s time to call a professional HVAC technician. Call us and one of our knowledgeable dispatchers will be happy to set you up with a service call. If you have any questions, feel free to ask, we love sharing our 30+ years of HVAC knowledge.