Home A/C Condenser Repair



When To Hire A Pro For Home AC Condenser Repair

The chances are that if you are neglecting a spring checkup, your air conditioner in the Summer isn’t going to cool as well as it could. A year’s worth of debris clogging the cooling fins, a dirty blower fan filter, and other simple problems can reduce the efficiency of your AC unit and wear it out faster.

In this article, we’ll show you the parts of the HVAC so you can recognize any sounds and visual clues that could help your address the Air conditioning tech while on the phone. Also, you might become more familiar with how an air conditioner works and the parts of the system.

Homes have an AC condenser outside and an evaporator inside usually located in the garage. Our pro AC techs can help you with your particular model as they are certified and have served many units throughout the years. We can do maintenance checkups for the electrical parts and the coolant level.

Understanding HVAC Systems and Internal Mechanism

The condenser, usually located outside your home, contains internal parts such as a compressor, cooling fins, and a fan. The fan sucks the air through the fins cooling a special agent that the compressor pumps into the house through a tube made out of copper. The coolant chills the tubes and fins of the evaporator with the overall process consisting of warm air drawn from the house cooling the rooms through the ducts.

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Our AC technicians can clean your outdoor unit to make sure it works all year long. Their primary job is to clean the condenser fins, which are the fine metallic blades that surround your AC unit, as the debris can block the airflow and reduce the unit’s cooling ability.

This task require to pay special attention with the interior of the condenser as wiring is connected to the unit while we check for lubrication ports are part of the maintenance checkup. Understanding that older versions and newer ones have a different set up of enclosure to be careful deciding which unit needs lubrication or not is part of our training.

Many factors keep your residential and commercial AC condensers from running efficiently and keeping your property from being as cool as you want it to be. Also, these units can cause unexpected expenses on your electric bill at the end of the month. A Home AC Condenser repair should be part of your annual maintenance service. If the internal components are not functioning properly, you can call us to make sure the unit doesn’t get damaged further.

An AC condenser replacement may also be the best option if the unit is beyond repair and also if it doesn’t meet today’s energy efficiency standards. Our team of skilled technicians at All County Air Conditioning & Heating can assess your unit and advice you to replace it with the brand and size of the unit that fits your needs. They can provide detailed information about the latest AC condensers that are in the market up t date. They can also install the unit with the utmost professionalism and provide all the required maintenance and repair services that your unit needs to keep it running smoothly and efficiently.

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