Proper troubleshooting steps for AC Freon Leaks
Refrigerant absorbs the heat from your indoor air and transfers it outside, cooling the air down.
Frequent long use of AC systems during hot summers commonly causes refrigerant or freon leaks, resulting to system malfunction.
So how to determine if your system needs more refrigerant?
- AC blows hot air even it is running and your thermostat is set to “cool.”
- Water accumulating by furnace area due to condensation.
- Rooms take forever to cool off.
- Ice builds up on copper lines from a/c to indoor coil
- High electric bills; due to ac running longer to cool your home
- Low refrigerant levels can induce more serious problems to your hvac system.
- So it’s recommended that refrigerant leak should be fixed as soon as they’re detected.
- Yearly AC tune ups help detect such a problem among others and avoid AC breaking down.
If you are experiencing refrigerant or a freon leak with your AC system, call All Week Hvac professionals today
We’ll find and fix the leak, and then add more refrigerant.