Air Conditioning Repair

The average high temperature in the Jacksonville area remains in the mid-70s through the fall, and even deep into winter it hovers in the mid-60s, with chances of jumping back up 10°F on hotter days. This means that even after summer is a memory, the air conditioning in your home can’t be: you must keep it running in good shape for those occasional hot and humid days that can strike all throughout the cooler months.

While a warm breeze can feel nice every now and then, you don’t want to feel one from your air conditioning unit. If you turn on your air conditioner and you cannot feel cool air, it’s time for air conditioning repair. We’ve detailed some of the most common reasons your AC stops blowing cool air, but you should call a technician to properly diagnose and repair your system.

Refrigerant sits at the core of your air conditioning system. Without it, air conditioning simply wouldn’t exist. Your unit passes the refrigerant through a series of valves and coils, which first revert it to a liquid state (creating hot air which is vented outside) then allow it to evaporate back into a gas (pulling heat out of the air and then allowing the cooled air to be blow into our house with a fan).