I woke up on Saturday morning and it was very warm and uncomfortable inside of my condo.
I checked the temperature on the thermostat and it was reading 75 degrees in the house.
The air conditioner was running, but the air coming out of the vents did not feel like it was ice cold. I decided it was a good idea to contact the air conditioner repair service. I spoke to a nice guy on the phone that asked a couple of questions about the condition of the air conditioner. The technician suggested a full system tune-up. He felt the tune-up would find whatever problem I was having and the repair company was running a special on full system tune-ups. I scheduled an appointment with the repair service for the next day. The technician scanned all of my equipment. He inspected all of the mechanical and electrical parts. He cleaned all of the equipment and lubricated the moving parts. He also serviced the system and found that the problem with my indoor temperatures was a lack of refrigerant. The six-year-old air conditioner did not have refrigerant to cool the air properly. The service technician checked for leaks, but none could be found. He filled the refrigerant with 2 lb of freon. When he was finished with the service appointment, he used a thermostat to check the air coming out of the ductwork and it was 55 degrees. After the tune-up, I honestly didn’t recognize any other problems with the HVAC unit in the condo. I have ice cold air when the machine is running.