Summer temperatures can reach into triple digits on the East Coast, making it nearly impossible to cool off if your AC unit isn’t working properly. Although there are a number of reasons why your AC unit may malfunction, following are several fairly common ones warranting your awareness.
The refrigerant in your unit is what cools the air, which then circulates into your home. When it gets too low, your home can no longer stay cool. There are several signs to look for regarding low refrigerant (coolant). Warm air may come through the air ducts, for example. Or, the AC unit may produce cool air at night, but warm air during the day. Also, your electric bills may rise above their average amount. Read more from this article: http://bit.ly/2vHCDAx