When people think of humidifiers and dehumidifiers, they often picture those small plug-in units people sometimes keep by their beds or in a central location. But this just won’t do if you’re trying to improve the air quality in your home and keep your family members more comfortable.
It’s an unfortunate problem that may result in property damage or mold and mildew development. That’s why it’s so important for you to call a local technician as soon as you suspect a water leak from your air conditioner. But why would this happen? And how major is the repair going to be?
If you have a central heating system, you know that it consists of only one unit, located somewhere inside of your home. An air conditioner, however, has two connected units that make up the whole system, and one is located outdoors.
You’ve just replaced that older outdated air conditioning system and you’re excited to have a unit that actually keeps you cool and runs efficiently. You set the thermostat to 77 degrees, you sit down on the couch, and you wait. And wait.
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