Home A/C Repair Service
If you have a central air system or a ductless split system operating in your home or commercial building, you will eventually need repairs to fix broken components. Having a working air conditioning system in your home is essential to keep cool during those hot summer months and keeping those energy bills down.
The way an indoor AC works is by using a coil system, compressor and a blower to keep the house cool in an efficient manner. If one of those parts break down, your system will stop working. An HVAC contractor or company will often start by inspecting the refrigerant, refrigeration lines, condenser coil, evaporator coil, compressor, ventilation ducts, thermostat or control system, electrical components and your fan to troubleshoot your specific issue.
Repairing the Ducts and Coil System
One essential part to any HVAC or AC unit is the coil system. When the coils freeze, the air stops blowing cool air. Moreover, this can increase your energy bills as the cooling system is trying to cool the house to a set temperature. The technician will make sure to service the coils by looking for clogs or rusted coils, which can happen over time. The ducts of an HVAC system can also have tears in them that can cause air leaks. It is important to repair any tears in the ducts to keep the airflow going strong.
Repairing the Drainage Pipes and Blower
If your coils do freeze over, it can be an indicator of a clog in your drainage pipes. A qualified technician can inspect the pipes to see if the AC’s water is draining properly. If the drainage system is clogged, the tech will be able to unclog the pipes by performing a thorough cleaning. The blower of the HVAC system is another mechanical part that can malfunction. It’s important to repair or replace the blower because it is the main component of your cooling system. You may notice a problem with the blower if you begin to feel low air pressure coming from the vents in your rooms.