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Air Conditioner Not Blowing Cold Air

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When your air conditioner is working properly, you grow accustomed to the temperature of the air that comes out of your vents. So it can be pretty easy to recognize when your system is underperforming. This usually starts when you notice that your home is not as cool as usual or your air conditioner seems to be going through longer cooling cycles.

When you put your hand over an air vent, you’ll notice that the air that’s coming out is surprisingly warm. Today we’re going to talk about why your air conditioner’s air might not be as cold as usual and what you can do to prevent this problem from occurring!

Reasons Why Air Conditioner is Blowing Warm Air

There are many reasons why your air conditioner can start to produce warm air, but the most common problems relate to issues with your system’s ability to remove heat from your home, including:

Warmer Supply Air Can Be a Sneaky Problem

When your air conditioner starts to produce warmer air than usual, you might not notice it right away. Instead, the problem will get progressively worse over time until someone in your home actually starts to feel it. In some ways, this can be worse than your system shutting down completely, because you might go days or weeks without realizing what’s happening, and your system will be consuming more and more energy as the problem gets worse. That’s why it’s important to do what you can to prevent the problem in the first place, which we’ll help you do below.

How Can I Prevent My Home Air Conditioner from Producing Warm Air?

There are two ways that you can prevent your air conditioner from producing warm air.

If you have any questions about why your air conditioner is not producing cold air, or if you’d like a cooling system serviced or installed in your home, contact Hydes, your Indio, CA, air conditioning contactor.

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