How To Keep Your AC Unit Correctly

Having a high-quality, well-designed, and installed heating and air conditioning system can be very beneficial to any homeowner. However, just like any other part of the home such as the roof or windows, over time your heating and air conditioning equipment will need to be maintained or repaired by a professional. The question then becomes, who should you hire to maintain your HVAC system?


Before looking at any specific company or technician, it’s important to understand why hiring a professional for routine maintenance is so important. After all, there are quite a few videos on YouTube that show homeowners who try to repair their heaters themselves. While some repairs can be simple, repairing high-quality HVAC equipment can be very expensive. That’s where hiring a professional makes sense.


While the majority of homeowners will choose to call for repairs when there is something wrong with their heater or air conditioning system, others will take the proactive approach and schedule routine maintenance visits before problems arise. For many homeowners, having a yearly service call by a professional HVAC company is considered sufficient. 


While this may mean that you do not need to spend the money on repairs, it also means that any potential problems with your equipment will go unresolved until they become serious enough to necessitate another maintenance call.


How To Repair Your AC Unit Correctly


So you’ve decided to try your hand at repairing your air conditioning unit. Maybe I should say that you are trying to repair it since it’s hot, humid, and uncomfortable outside. Whatever the reason for attempting to do this replacement service of the blower fan motor, if done improperly it can cause more problems than just not cooling properly. 


For this replacement job, you should hire an AC repair expert unless you really know what you’re doing and have done it before. There is a method that must be followed to replace the blower fan with minimal problems and time wasted on extra parts and labor costs. Before we tell you how to replace the blower fan motor, let’s go over some helpful AC repair tips.  


When working on air conditioning units we need to remember that they contain harmful and flammable gases such as R-22 Freon. So if you aren’t sure what you’re doing, don’t do it yourself. Only call a professional cooling service technician with the proper equipment to turn this gas back into a liquid and remove it.