Prunedale HVAC Repair
HVAC Appliance Repair
Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems are essential to our everyday life. We wouldn’t be able to live in a lot of places if we didn’t have proper air conditioning. So when your AC is broken, don’t sweat it out. Call for appliance repair and get it fixed so you can live comfortably again.
HVAC systems we repair
- Single Stage
- Multi Stage
- Zoned System
- Humidity Control
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Common HVAC Problems
We all know how hot it gets during summer. We need air conditioning units that work, or else we can’t get anything done. Some air conditioning problems can be fixed on your own, while some others will require a professional. Below are a few problems that you might have with your air conditioning or ventilation systems.
Don't feel any air conditioning
If you put your hands up to the vents and don’t feel any air coming through, don’t worry too much. Most of the time, it’s just some clogged filters. Unscrew the grate and take out your filter. If it looks really dirty, then chances are it’s so dirty that the air can’t pass through. Change your filter soon, not only for your sake, but for your A/C’s sake. Bad air flow forces your A/C unit to work harder, causing more wear and tear. Treat your A/C well and you’ll have cool air all summer long.
Now, if you still don’t feel any air flow even after changing your filters, then you might have a problem with your fans. Now would be a time to schedule appliance repair. Our trained experts will help you figure out if the there’s something wrong with the fan motor, or if its just a bad thermostat.
Water is leaking
Most likely, your condensate drain is clogged. This drain is what collects excess water and pulls it out of the A/C Unit. If enough debris gets in there, it could clog and cause water to leak out of your unit. If your condensate drain lines are fine, then it could be your evaporator drain pan. Either way, your appliance repair expert can let you know what the problem is and fix it.
Refrigerant is leaking
How can you tell if your refrigerant is leaking? It’s not always obvious because you’re not always looking at your A/C unit. Nonetheless, you can suspect a refrigerant leak if you see that your A/C isn’t working as well as it should, or if your temperature reading changes sporadically. You might also notice that your unit doesn’t cool the air as well as it should, just like with a broken fan motor.
If your refrigerant is leaking, refilling it won’t solve the problem. Get your appliance repair technician to check it out. It may be that whoever installed your A/C unit simply didn’t charge the system with enough refrigerant when first installing your unit. Otherwise, there could be various areas where refrigerant could leak. Your hired professional can find the leak and fix it for you.