Why DIY AC Projects are a Bad Idea

There’s a problem with your air conditioning system. A friend of yours said fixing it yourself will save you a ton of money. While saving money is usually a good thing, this is the exception. Experimenting with something as complex as an HVAC system is never a great idea. Your AC unit requires advanced knowledge in order to identify and fix the problem. Never plan on doing it yourself. Leave it to the professionals, and here’s why:

Multiple Issues

When your air conditioning system stops working, there are usually more than one issue to solve. When components break in an AC system, it causes a ripple effect. When you plan to do it yourself, you may fix one problem, but there are multiple things you still need to check for. A professional will service your air conditioning system and check the overall health of your system, ensuring everything is working properly.

Your Warranty

The Manufacturer’s warranty terms usually require proof that your air conditioning unit has been serviced by a qualified HVAC professional. Without proper documentation, your warranty will be voided, and you are responsible for paying out of pocket to fix or replace your own HVAC system that would have otherwise been covered under warranty.

Safety Concerns

HVAC Professionals have years of education, training, and experience in order to complete the jobs they do. This is not a simple task to do just by reading and watching YouTube videos. You’re in a dangerous environment that deals with high electrical voltage, toxic fumes, and flammable gas that only a professional can safely work around. Do not risk your life attempting to fix your HVAC system.

Necessary Tools

Unless you are an avid collector of specialty HVAC tools, chances are you do not have the right tools to fix your AC. HVAC professionals invest in thousands of dollars’ worth of equipment and technology in order to repair HVAC systems. The toolset you got from Christmas last year just won’t work. Leave it to the professionals to get your air conditioner back in tip top shape.

Bottom line, avoid the many hazards that come along with HVAC repairs and replacement. We are here to help by providing you with exceptional service and giving you high quality air. If you have any questions or concerns about you HVAC system, please call us now at (772)398-0023 for information or visit us at www.Americanaircares.com