Did Your Air Conditioner Blow A Fuse And Stop Working? Call An Emergency Repair Professional

If you were sitting at home and the breaker box blew a fuse, and then the air conditioner stopped running, you need to call an air conditioning service repair professional. There could be a variety of complications with the unit, but you want to make sure that the home is safe and that there aren't any hazardous things to worry about. Here are some of the things that you want to talk with the HVAC professional about when they come to your home.

Fire Risks

Since the air conditioner caused the breaker box to blow a fuse, you want to make sure that there aren't any fire hazards with the unit or the breaker box. An inspection is imperative, even if you have to call for an emergency visit at your home. The professional may need to unwire the machine so it isn't hooked up to your main electrical box until they are able to repair the unit and it is safe.

 You also may not realize the unit is at the risk of having an internal fire. You need the unit disengaged and shut down by an expert fast.

Air Conditioning Leaks and Repairs

Is the unit leaking chemicals around the ground or possibly into your HVAC system? You need to know right away. The air conditioning professional can quickly assess the unit to find out what type of repairs it needs, what parts have to be ordered, and if the unit is worth investing the money into and repairing.

Immediate Replacement

If the temperatures are high and you worry about being in the house without air conditioning, you want to tell the HVAC contractor that you need an emergency replacement scheduled. The high temperatures can be dangerous if there are young infants or elderly living in the home, and you can have a new unit installed right away.

Be sure you make a call immediately to an air conditioning repair company if the unit blew fuses and caused other problems. If you can smell smoke or fire, call the fire department as well. You can't be too safe when you are talking about your home and everyone in it. If you do decide to go with a new unit, make sure that you spend the money to get a machine that is efficient. This way you don't have to stress about running the unit and ending up with high air conditioning bills.

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Maintaining Your HVAC Unit

My husband and I live in an older brick ranch home. Since we moved into this house ten years ago, we’ve been slowly renovating it. We installed new hardwood and tile floors. We’ve also replaced cabinet hardware and installed a new backsplash in the kitchen. While we’ve definitely completed some upgrades, we still have a lot of work to do. One of our future purchases will be a new HVAC system. Our unit is twenty years old. However, to keep it running efficiently for the time being, we have it regularly inspected. In order to properly maintain the air conditioning unit at your home, you should consider having an HVAC contractor examine it annually. On this blog, you will discover the things an HVAC contractor looks at during an annual inspection.

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