When outdoor temperatures heat up in the Indianapolis area, it’s important to have reliable air conditioning. When you have an issue with your AC not blowing air, this can happen for several reasons. Find out what might be causing this to occur and what you should do to get your AC back up and running.
Check Your Air Filter
Clogged air filters could be the cause of your AC not blowing air. Replace your air filters with new ones for better airflow and cleaner air overall. Remember to change your filters every few months to prevent this problem from happening again and to reduce wear and tear on your AC system.
Blocked registers in your home can make it hard for your AC to work properly. Make sure all of the registers are unblocked so that air can get through them without any obstruction.
Check Your Thermostat
Before calling for repairs, check your thermostat to see if it’s set at the usual temperature or if someone in your home has adjusted it to a higher setting. You should also check and replace the batteries if needed. These could all be causes of your AC not blowing air.
Check the Condenser Unit
The outdoor unit that’s part of your AC system shouldn’t have any debris around it, since this can block airflow. Clear away anything around the unit that could stop air from flowing through it, such as twigs, leaves, and weeds.
Have Ductwork Checked
Have technicians check your ductwork to look for dents, blockages, or other problems that can affect airflow. You might need your ductwork cleaned or repaired to allow your AC to work again.
Have HVAC technicians check your AC system to find out why it’s not blowing air. These technicians can then repair your system so your home has AC again.
If you have a problem with your AC not blowing air at your Indianapolis home, please contact Mowery Heating, Cooling and Plumbing for service. Our technicians can determine why this is happening and make repairs to get your AC working again.