I wasn’t able to get my A/C program inspected before I turned on my A/C program for the season.
With my work schedule being so crazy and the Heating and Air Conditioning company being completely booked for various weeks, I had no option however to turn on my A/C program before it was looked at by an Heating and Air Conditioning professional.
I had fears about turning it on because the component had been kneeling untouched for various weeks while the furnace ran during the winter. I knew the A/C program was in good shape when I turned it off for the season, however there was still a little fear that something would be wrong when I turned it on. The temperature outside paired with the humidity levels didn’t leave me any option however to turn on the A/C though. When it began running, I noticed a dusty smell coming through the air vents, although I assumed it was normal. However, when it wouldn’t go away, I thought something was wrong. I began to panic and my fear about something being wrong was growing, so I went online and tried to see what it could be. After doing the best research I could, I found a website from a local Heating and Air Conditioning company that said the dusty smell was normal. My A/C program had been kneeling for a long time and a lot of dust had accumulated. All of that dust was being pushed into my new home and it would disappear in a few minutes. If the smell didn’t go away though, I would need to have the program looked at by an Heating and Air Conditioning professional.