April has been windy and wet and muddy and stormy throughout just about the entire month.
It’s also been uncharacteristically freezing for this time of year, which has kept me indoors quite a lot.
It wasn’t quite sizzling enough to be using the heater heavily, but I sure was blissful that I had heat and a sizzling and dry apartment as I gazed out and all the wind and rain. But now, in the last monthof April, my superb friend and I have suddenly been hit with a abrupt and drastic increase in rapidly changing temperatures. It caused me to finally switch my air conditioning system on, and I found to my dismay, that it was not laboring very well at all. The airflow was very weak and that got me quite worried. I did not quite want to have to call out an Heating & A/C specialist immediately, so I got to looking for some possible reasons why I might be getting such weak air flow. I finally got around checking the condenser unit outside, and I found my culprit. The condenser unit was caked with mud and debris and it was no wonder that my a/c was having serious problems. I immediately got to toil hosing and scrubbing the poor thing off. I crossed my fingers as I once again tried to get the a/c running, and thankfully, the air flow and coolness was significantly better this time, and still, I knew that I would have to call out an Heating & A/C specialist soon! I shall have to keep an eye on my condenser unit for now on.