Summer is in full swing. And while beaches and pool parties are great ways to enjoy the summer season, we all depend on the comfort of our home’s air conditioner unit to give us comfort during the summer. However, if there is a problem with your AC contact us for AC replacement in Greenville, NC, and other HVAC services.
Here is What the Technician will Possibly Find:
Fault With Evaporator Coils or Air Filter
A dirty air filter can lead to freezing evaporator coils and the congestion of the flow of air circulation. You may suppose that “frozen” equates to cool air, but the frozen locks hinder the inflow of cool air, leading to warm air inflow from the running motor.
If your evaporator coil is formed, turn the unit off, wait for the ice to melt, and try again. If this also doesn’t work immediately, call for assistance from your AC installation in Greenville, NC.
How to avoid this situation? The owner should change air filters every 30-60 days, depending on the climate, filter type, and family allergies (if any). We recommend setting a yearly schedule to check the condition of your air filter with your trusted HVAC technician.
Issues With Condenser Coils (outdoor unit)
Just as the inner evaporator coils need free space to compress air, the condenser coils need space to extract all the warm air from within. Now, since the condenser coil is located outdoors, the outside dirt, dust, leaves, sticks, small stones, feathers, etc., can be a reason for the block in the unit. These can cause severe damage to the condenser fan, leading to the malfunction of various AC unit components.
During your inspection, switch the unit off and try to identify the main issue. If you find that leaves and other materials are why the condenser coil is clogged, you should clean the fan blades, try removing other materials and use a chemical solvent to deep clean the coils.
How can you avoid it? This can be avoided by inspecting and cleaning the coils regularly, say, 2wice in every 3 weeks. Regular inspections of both indoor and outdoor units are a must. Whether you or when the scheduled tune-up or inspection from a professional is aligned, you must ask the technician first to inspect and deep clean all the unit’s components.
Do not worry. You may be thinking that calling professionals regularly will hinder your monthly or quarterly budget, but scheduling such services is an investment for the future.
Need more clarification? Contact us at Halltec HVAC for all the solutions you need for a better and healthier tomorrow.