With summer in full swing, you want to make sure that your air conditioning unit is firing on all cylinders. At Bruno’s Heating & Cooling, we have seen this common problem where the AC unit is having trouble keeping the house cool.
Let’s say you have set the thermostat to a comfortable 72 degrees—but notice that the home is well above that ideal temperature. So you set the bar lower, but find that that does not help much. In fact, your AC might even be having difficulty getting the room below 80 degrees.
Below, our Colorado Springs air conditioner repair team discuss some of the most common reasons why AC units have trouble keeping the house cool. Read on for more!
The outside temperature might play a role in how your air conditioner behaves. Some air conditioning units have a certain threshold where they can operate. For example, your AC might only be able to handle cooling down the house if the outside temperature is 100 degrees or below.
Some other reasons the AC is refusing to cool down:
What should you do if you begin noticing this problem? If you have quickly identified the problem, we highly recommend discussing the problem with a professional Colorado Springs air conditioner repair technician. A technician can diagnose the full extent of the issue and find the right fix for it. If it’s time for a fix or a full-on replacement of your AC unit, we can help you with that!
Don’t let summer pass you by—give us a call today! we can help you get your AC back up and running in no time.
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