Low Refrigerant Levels
When your air conditioner has frozen coils, the airflow will be disrupted. Frozen coils are usually caused by low refrigerant levels. An air conditioner that is low on refrigerant must be repaired by a skilled technician.
Your air conditioner may experience electrical difficulties that need the attention of an experienced technician. Faulty wiring or worn out electrical components may be the source of the problem.
The Unit Won't Turn On
It is possible that your air conditioner won't even turn on. Before you contact a professional, check that the air conditioner is plugged into a working power source and the thermostat is on.
The problems listed above can be resolved with an air conditioner tune-up or repair. When your air conditioner isn't keeping you cool, turn to the pros at A.B. May. We can make your home comfortable again. Call 913-370-4898 to schedule service.