Air Conditioning not working in Hernando County Florida? Here is why

Imagine coming home hot, tired and ready to relax. Then it happens; your air conditioning stops working. What should you do?

“The thing you should not do is panic,” says Dan Harper owner of “CoolQuest” just call us at 727-437-0708.

We are the air conditioning specialist and we advised residents to take the following actions to determine why their AC system stopped working.

1. Check your AC Fuses and Circuit Breakers

This is usually the culprit. Check your air conditioning fuses and circuit breakers. If any of your fuses are blown or the circuit breakers have tripped, wait a little while (10-15 minutes) and try resetting the circuit breakers. This may fix the problem. If the circuit breaker continues to trip, call your local air conditioning repair professionals. In Brooksville Florida, and surrounding cities, call us at 727-437-0708 and we will come out and check your system.

2. Look at your thermostat

Have you looked at your air conditioning thermostat lately? Still using the old style? Perhaps it is time to upgrade to the programmable thermostat. When your thermostat fails to work, it could stop your AC system for performing optimally. Upgrading to programmable thermostats can cut down your monthly utility bill, sometimes by as much as 10-20 percent.

3. Check high pressure limit switch

Summer in Brooksville, Florida is known to be very hot. This could cause the high pressure limit switch to trip especially if the outdoor compressor stops working. It is possible for you, the homeowner to reset the high pressure switch but not advisable. Air conditioning technicians are trained to handle all problems related to AC system and you should call your CoolQuest and have them check your system.

Our experts are available 24 hours, 7 days a week to answer all questions about your air conditioner. Call us at 727-437-0708 today!

About coolquest

CoolQuest, Inc.
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