North Carolina Heating & Air Conditioning is Greenville, NC’s premier HVAC company. For more than two decades, we have provided quality heating and cooling services throughout Pitt and Beaufort Counties. We offer reliable service in HVAC for Greenville, NC, Blounts Creek, NC, and Washington, NC services, products, and installations for homes and businesses in our community.

Although it’s still technically spring, we are beginning to feel the summer heat here in NC. The last thing you want to happen on one of those hot days is for your air conditioning to stop working. With temperatures regularly in the 90s during the summer, your home can quickly heat up if your AC suddenly goes out. So, what should you do if this happens?

First of all, you can do some quick checks to see if you can solve the problem yourself. First, check your thermostat to make sure that the AC is one and running. Next, check your air filters to see if they’re clogged/dirty and preventing cool air from blowing out. After that, you can check your circuit breaker to make sure that the circuit wasn’t tripped. If it’s not any of these things, then it’s probably time to call an HVAC professional.

While you wait for an HVAC professional to come out and check your AC, you can keep cool in the meantime in a few simple ways. First of all, turn on your ceiling fans and any box fans that you have to keep your home cool. Next, unplug any electronics that currently aren’t in use, as these can produce extra heat. After that, you can also close all of your blinds and curtains to keep the sunlight from heating up your home.

There are a number of reasons why your AC could stop working, and you don’t want to delay getting it fixed as your home can get hot quickly during the summer. For all of your HVAC needs in the Greenville, NC area, give us a call at North Carolina Heating & Air Conditioning.