To make sure your air conditioning unit stays in top condition, you need to keep up with regular maintenance. If you don’t take good care of your unit, you can assume that your air conditioner will stop blowing out cold air. You’ll want to keep your outdoor unit clean since they can take a beating from the sun’s rays and heat.
Air conditioning units that leak refrigerant will most likely end up overheating. If your unit begins to leak, the A+ Plumbing, Heating & Cooling technicians can take care of them! After scheduling an appointment, someone from our team will come to check you have a leak and drain the excess refrigerant. Once the refrigerant is drained, they can begin to make the necessary repairs.
Other Reasons Your Air Conditioning Unit is Overheating:
- If your air filter is clogged or dirty, it can be difficult for air to make its way through. Because of this, your unit’s motor will overheat from the additional stress.
- The buildup of dirt can weigh down on the blades, causes the motor to have to work harder.
- One of the most common reasons for your unit to stop working is an old system.
Prevent Your Unit from Overheating
To prevent your air conditioning unit from overheating, change the air filter every month or so. Along with changing your air filter, you should schedule regular tune-ups with A+ Plumbing, Heating & Cooling. We will provide a thorough inspection and can make any necessary repairs to have your unit up and running in no time! To schedule an inspection, contact us today at (603) 518-5777 or by filling out our contact form.