She didn’t want to remove the screws on the cover, but I told her that I wasn’t going to contact an Orland Park ac service repair company if the system was simply frozen up.
I’m not home most of the day, because I have to work. During the summer months, the kids are at home by themselves. I have always been able to trust the kids, so I don’t worry about letting them stay home. I have never had a problem with the kids adjusting the thermostat to a colder or warmer temperature. After all, when they are at home, their comfort is important. My comfort is not as important when I am in the office. I have my own thermostat to control the indoor temperatures. I noticed the AC unit was set on 68°, several days in a row when it was almost 100 outside. I told the kids that the AC was going to freeze up if they made the temperature that low. I warned them of the consequences of adjusting the thermostat. Yesterday I received a phone call from my son. He said that the house was getting warmer and he wanted me to contact the Orland Park ac service provider. I asked my daughter to look at the AC unit. She didn’t want to remove the screws on the cover, but I told her that I wasn’t going to contact an Orland Park ac service repair company if the system was simply frozen up. My daughter tried to tell me that there was no ice on the machine until I asked her for a picture. Then she put the phone down and actually removed the cover. There was ice on the evaporator coils just like I suspected. I told the kids that I was not going to call anyone to help because they caused the problem.