It’s the middle of summer and your air conditioner goes out… now what?

The sweltering heat of a 90-degree day is enough to force even the heartiest of Minnesotans back into the comfort of their air-conditioned house. But what if that 90-degree day is the one day your air conditioner decides to break down? Then what?

Andy, from Peak Heating & Cooling, says there are a few things homeowners can do to try and get the AC unit back up and running:

  • Check if the filter is plugged
  • Check if the breaker has been tripped
  • If your thermostat has batteries, check or replace them

If you can’t resolve the issue after checking these things, call a professional. Andy says his team at Peak Heating & Cooling can talk homeowners through simple fixes over the phone, even after regular business hours, at no cost to the homeowner.

Many factory authorized Carrier dealers, like Peak Heating & Cooling, provide emergency service 24/7. When you call, the HVAC professional will try to figure out the diagnosis over the phone so you can have an estimate before the professional even gets to your house.

Andy, Peak Heating & Cooling

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1 Response to It’s the middle of summer and your air conditioner goes out… now what?

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