It is important that your air conditioner work properly when you need it to. In order to ensure that your air conditioning unit is always in proper functioning condition you must perform regular maintenance checks on it and immediately repair any issues that come out because of those checks. The following are some of the most common San Marcos Air Conditioner repair issues that come up during routine maintenance checks.

The unit will not turn on – A common issue with air conditioning units happens when they will not turn on even with the switch placed in the on position. When this happens, the problem usually stems from a problem with the motor inside the condenser unit, or an issue with the wiring that supplies power to the unit. When this happens, it is best to have an AC repair technician diagnose and repair the issue.

Unit does not cool sufficiently – Occasionally an air conditioning unit will turn on and emit cool air, but for some reason it fails to cool a space sufficiently or equally in all areas. If this is the case, check to ensure that the distribution channels connected to your unit are free of obstructions and are functioning properly. You can also check to ensure that the AC fan is operating at maximum efficiency and putting out the proper amount of air.

Unit does not cool at all – A unit that comes on but does not cool a space at all usually happens because of an issue with the thermostat, a clogged condenser or evaporator, or inadequate refrigerant levels. First, check your thermostat to ensure that it is set at the correct temperature to cool the space. Next, check the condenser and evaporator to ensure that they are clean and free of debris, which helps them to function normally and with highest efficiency. Finally, check to ensure that refrigerant is at proper levels so that the air conditioning can actually cool the space.

These are some of the most common San Marcos Air Conditioner repair issues. If your air conditioning unit is experiencing one or several of these problems, contact professional repair technicians like those at Stillman Heating & Air. They will examine your unit, diagnose the problems and fix them immediately.