Your air conditioning units are supposed to keep you cool even in the hot summer day. But in the event of your trusted unit not functioning as it should, you start asking: Why isn’t my AC cool enough?
This turns serious real quick, especially if you live in Western Australia, where it is mostly warm and sunny despite its climate diversity. Here are some of the things to look out for when the wind blowing from your AC is not as cool as you want it to be.
The air blown out of your AC passes through a filter. If your cooling system is one that has graced your home for a very long time, then you should check your air filter.
The job of the air filter is to catch particles of dirt. Over time, this buildup can prevent the production of cool air or block it from being blown out. If this is the case, then have your AC serviced by trusted providers to give you the cool air you deserve.
One of the obvious yet overlooked aspect of air-cooling is the thermostat. Sometimes you get so caught up in waiting for the cold, that you think turning it on is enough. However, checking the thermostat and making sure it is at the temperature you desire gives you cooler air. If, unfortunately, this still does not do the trick, then you should have your AC’s thermostat checked ASAP.
All AC units use a coolant to cool the air. While they should not run out of this substance, as the unit ages, its condition slowly deteriorates. This can lead to the occasional leaking of the fluid; therefore reducing the unit’s cooling capabilities.
The next time your AC starts blowing hot air, be sure to have it serviced before things turn for the worse.