Why isn’t my unit cooling?

7 Jun

As Florida embraces an enveloping heat, the importance of keeping cool has never been greater. For many years Tropical Air of Central Florida has been providing Florida residents with seven days a week, 24 hours a day, “keeping you cool” protection.

Throughout this blog, we will be detailing common (and some not-so common) issues dealing with customer service, heating, and cooling. So, when you have a question, concern, or would like trained experts to either service or install HVAC equipment, give us a call at any time and we will help you.

Why isn’t my unit cooling? Here are just a couple of first action steps:

  • You should check your filter first. A dirty filter can cause your system to freeze up and shut down.
  • Check that both units are running.
  • Inspect your breakers (including shutting them off and on again).

If the above first action steps don’t find resolve and cooler air, I highly recommend calling for service as the unit could be low on Freon or there may be more serious issues needing attention.

No matter the situation, SAFETY always comes first. So don’t take a chance and contact a licensed professional.

If you have any HVAC questions, comment on this blog or contact me directly.

Andrew Bott
Tropical Air of Central Florida
24 hours a day, 7 days a week


One Response to “Why isn’t my unit cooling?”

  1. Lilly June 7, 2012 at 4:00 pm #

    Thanks and finally information we can really use. I know who to contact when it comes to my air conditioning system.

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