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AC Problems You Need A Mounds View Air Conditioning Professional to Fix
Doing the Basics
For small or big central air conditioning systems in Mounds View, regular cleanings and a filter change should be a part of every season. It's not hard to remove the cover and replace the panel of webbing that catches lint and other particles out of your conditioned air. Make sure the drain is clear, always cover the unit when more naturally cool temperatures take over and you've got conditioned air and relative peace of mind in the years ahead.
Without the regular service, however, an air conditioner begins to work much harder to produce the same amount (or less) of cool air and parts begin to break down. With total neglect, the unit itself may need replacement much sooner than was promised when you paid for it. These are repairs that could be avoided and require a Mounds View air conditioning professional to make. The key ingredient to cooling is a chemical called a refrigerant that is capable of transforming rapidly from gas to liquid and back again at low temperatures. This runs through two intricate tubes, a compressor, and a critical expansion valve that controls the process. It is a delicate and complicated process that calls for expertise and the right tools, especially since the refrigerant is considered hazardous and requires special handling. When the air gets stuffy, it could be that the fan is the problem. Belts could be worn, loose or broken. The motor may be low on oil and is stained to the breaking point. If mysterious signs of water or mold are showing up on the inside of the house near the unit, there could be a problem with the condensate that is released with the heat when air is cooled. This could be a simple or complicated fix, but should be checked out by a Mounds View AC contractor. For any AC repairs in the Mounds View area, give Air Mechanical Heating, Cooling & Plumbing a call!
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