There are a lot of different problems that you may encounter with your air conditioning system, and which may result in you living with less comfort than you deserve. Only a trained professional can determine with certainty what the precise nature of the problem may be. It’s not always a damaged compressor or something else so major. It may be your thermostat to blame.
While your thermostat may not be the biggest or most expensive part of your air conditioning system, though, there is no denying that any problems with it can lead to serious problems. After all, it is your thermostat that you use in order regulate the operation of your HVAC systems. If you are not able to cool your home successfully, your thermostat in Mesa, AZ may be the source of the issue.
There are a few reasons as to why your thermostat may come up short. First of all, it is entirely possible that your thermostat is malfunctioning. If this is the case, our technicians can certainly assess the device. If possible, we can repair it and get it back in fine working condition. If the thermostat has failed beyond repair, or if it is ready for an upgrade anyway, we are happy to discuss your replacement thermostats with you.
We say that it is possible that your thermostat is malfunctioning intentionally, at it is often not the case at all. Sure, it may not be registering temperatures accurately, but it may not be the thermostat’s fault, either. If your thermostat is installed right next to a window or a door, or even on an exterior wall or in a poorly insulated area, it may not read temperatures representative of those throughout your home. Relocating your thermostat may be all that is necessary.
Finally, you may have set your thermostat wrong. Now, this may sound a bit obvious, but it is entirely possible. If your thermostat is in its fan-only mode, for instance, it obviously is not really going to cool your home effectively. Check your settings before calling in professional technicians.
Let North Wind Mechanical, LLC know if you need any HVAC services.