With the hot, humid summer weather, homeowners are more likely to be running their air conditioning systems more frequently, making it prone to performance issues. If your air conditioning system has been running for an extended period of time, it can overheat and trip a circuit breaker. Avoid this issue with these tips from our team at air conditioning technicians.

Replace the Filters

The filters in your air conditioning system remove the dirt, pollen, and other allergens from the air before it is pushed through your home. When this filter becomes dirty and clogged, your air conditioning system has to work harder to cool your home and overtime, this can cause your system to overheat and trip the circuit breaker.

To help avoid this, make sure to replace your air filters ever three months.

Schedule Regular Maintenance

Regular air conditioning maintenance can help tackle small issues your air conditioning system might be experiencing, before they turn into big expensive ones. During your regular maintenance appointment, your technician will also clean the crucial parts of your system to ensure it works properly and doesn’t work harder than it needs to.

Check Refrigerant Levels

The refrigerant in your air conditioning system irresponsible for helping cool the air that is pushed into your home. If your levels or low, or there is no refrigerant in your system at all, your system will run constantly and will push warm air into your home. If you notice your system is running consistently, it’s time to schedule a tune up!

To learn more about our air conditioning services and to schedule your tune-up, contact us today at (781)-862-3400.