The Indoor Neglected Portion of Your Home Air Conditioner

The Indoor Neglected Portion of Your Home Air Conditioner

The evaporator coil is what pulls the heat out of the air in your home air conditioner. The Freon travels from the outdoor air conditioning unit, the condenser, to the evaporator coil in the typical 3/8” copper line in liquid form. This liquid enters the evaporator coil and expands into a gas as it absorbs heat. The liquid literally evaporates in the coil tubing. HVAC servicesplease visite our other Website

Here is What Can Go Wrong With Your Evaporator Coil

1. Not Enough Air Flow

A dirty blower wheel does not move enough air to keep the coil warm enough to prevent freezing. Ice starts forming and quickly covers the entire coil resulting in water leaking from the air conditioners into the furnace. Use the coupon at the top of the page for a $39 air conditioner evaluation and tune up. We can solve this air conditioning problem for you.

2. Dirty Coils

Dirty evaporator coils are insulated from the heat traveling through the system. This insulation reduces efficiency and can lead to ice buildup causing the furnace to leak water all over your home. Mold and mildew can build up on the coils, the floors and walls causing extensive damage. Use the coupon at the top of the page for a $39 air conditioner evaluation and tune up. We can solve this air conditioning problem for you.

3. Blower Motor on the Wrong Speed

Often we find that the blower motor serving an air conditioning system is on the wrong speed. Nearly every blower motor is equipped with at least 3 speeds. Air conditioning should normally be set on high speed. Use the coupon at the top of the page for a $39 air conditioner evaluation and tune up. We can solve this air conditioning problem for you.

4. Corrosion of the Coils

As corrosion starts in on older evaporator coils, evaporator coils older than 10 years typically, the corrosion acts as an insulator not allowing the correct amount of heat transfer. The occupants of the home suffer with reduced cooling and high electrical bills. Use the coupon at the top of the page for a $39 air conditioner evaluation and tune up. We can solve this air conditioning problem for you.AC repair San Antonio

5. Malfunctioning Freon Flow Controls

There are four different types of Freon control devices for evaporator coils, capillary tube, fixed orifice, thermostatic expansion valve and electronic thermostatic expansion valve. Every one of these Freon control devices can experience problems and as the evaporator coil ages so do the controls and they become more prone to failure. Use the coupon at the top of the page for a $39 air conditioner evaluation and tune up. We can solve this air conditioning problem for you.

6. Crushed Air Ducts

If the air ducts are large enough or are crushed the airflow will be greatly reduced and this can lead to the air conditioner cooling coil developing ice and flooding the home. Use the coupon at the top of the page for a $39 air conditioner evaluation and tune up. We can solve this air conditioning problem for you.

7. A Simple Condensation Drain Stoppage

Your home air conditioner evaporator coil can remove about a gallon of water from your home every hour. If the condensation drain is plugged up it silently leaks that gallon an hour into your home. Sometimes this isn’t caught up mold and mildew occur contaminating the entire system. Don’t take a chance. Give us a call today. Use the coupon at the top of the page for a $39 air conditioner evaluation and tune up. We can solve this air conditioning problem for you. More information here:

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