Premier Indoor Comfort Systems LLC Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Air Conditioning Repairs’

Refrigerant Leaks: Serious AC Trouble!

Monday, May 20th, 2019

AC-metersThere may be something to taking the occasional risk but, if you ask us, they’re never worth taking with your air conditioning system! With summers as hot and humid as ours are, you really need your AC to be fully functional at all times. Unfortunately, no one can guarantee that your AC will always function properly. Not truthfully, anyway. If you do find a contractor telling you they’ve got the secret to doing so—find another contractor!

One of the most serious problems that you may encounter with your air conditioning system is a refrigerant leak. Refrigerant plays a vital role in the overall cooling process, so a leak that reduces refrigerant levels cannot be taken lightly. Today, we’ll tell you about some warning signs that can alert you to refrigerant leaks, and what the potential risks of ignoring such signs can be. Remember, our pros are here for you when you need any air conditioning repairs in Atlanta, GA.

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How Often Should My Refrigerant Be Refilled?

Monday, June 5th, 2017

refrigerant-refilled-how-oftenThis is one of the most common questions that professional HVAC technicians get, and the short answer is, “Hopefully, never!” You may be scratching your head, but let us explain.

It’s a common misconception amongst homeowners that refrigerant is something that depletes over time, much like fuel in a gas-powered appliance. This, however, is not the case with refrigerant. This important fluid continuously cycles through your air conditioner or heat pump, effectively transferring heat to bring you a comfortable indoor climate.

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3 Reasons the Air Flow from Your AC May be Low

Monday, July 11th, 2016

There are two things your air conditioner must do in order to provide you with cooling relief this summer: the temperature must be reduced and there must be an effective flow of air through your ventilation system. One without the other means finding yourself suffering. Even if your evaporator coil is appropriately siphoning heat from inside your home, if your AC isn’t adequately distributing cold air you’ll notice uneven cooling throughout the home.

If you start to notice hot spots in your living space while the AC system is running, be sure to check your vents to determine if air flow is at its appropriate level. If the air coming out of the vents feels weak, then you probably need repairs. Be sure to call professionals for this type of service. In the meantime, it may help you to know what the 3 most common reasons for low air flow are, which we’ve highlighted below.

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