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What to Do if Your AC Breaks Down

As we enter the cooling season in Atlanta, homeowners throughout the area are testing out their air conditioning systems to make sure they work properly all summer long. While professional maintenance can often keep problems at bay, sometimes a system failure is inevitable, particularly if your AC is old. In this post, we’ve tried to address what you should do if your AC breaks down. For air conditioning repair in Atlanta, call the cooling experts at Premier Indoor Comfort Systems today!

  • Check the circuit breaker: Make sure that you haven’t just blown a fuse or tripped the circuit breaker. Both of these problems are frequent reasons why your AC won’t start.
  • Check for any water leaks: If there is a water leak around your indoor air handler, the problem may be a condensate drain overflow. The condensate drain pan sits below the evaporator to collect dripping water, and prevent it from damaging your air handler. If the drainpipe becomes clogged, it may overflow, and in turn cause the AC to shut off automatically.
  • Call a certified technician: Keep the emergency number of a reputable AC technician close to hand so that you can call for repair whenever you need it. He will be able to arrive at your home quickly to inspect your system, and recommend a solution.
  • Keep cool: There are a number of things you can do to stay cool if you experience a major AC breakdown. During the day, make sure to keep your shades and curtains drawn in order to reflect the sun’s heat. At nighttime, open the windows to let in the cool breezes. Use ceiling fans and other fans to circulate the air in the home. Cold drinks and light clothes will also help you to stay cool while your AC is being repaired or replaced.

We hope you find these tips useful. Remember to hire only certified professionals to work on your AC, and to say any DIY urges for your truck. For air conditioning repair services in Atlanta, call Premier Indoor Comfort Systems today! 

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