Published On: June 17, 2020Categories: Heating & Cooling

It is summer in Central Ohio and it is HOT! When the weather heats up, it is common to crank up that AC around the clock. This, of course, can put strain on a cooling system, particularly if it is an older system. If you did not have your air conditioner inspected prior to summer, you may be in for a bit of a surprise and hot summer days and nights if it stops running. Bad wiring, low refrigerant and airflow issues are just a few items that can be discovered when you schedule a preventive maintenance check-up.

Compiled below is a list of the most common things that can cause your air conditioner to stop cooling this summer.

Clogged air filters – you’ll likely be running your air conditioner pretty much 24/7 during the summer months, which makes it extremely important that you remember to change your air filters monthly. Dirty filters restrict airflow through your air conditioner, w