In our service area, homeowners don’t really need their air conditioners for very long, using them only for a few months out of the year. So it’s surprising to homeowners to learn that an air conditioner they may have purchased less than a decade ago is failing.
You may know already that there is a chemical blend called refrigerant that pumps through your air conditioner (also sometimes referred to as Freon). And you also may have heard that “topping off” the refrigerant can help an air conditioner to perform better. But for the most part, filling up a system with more refrigerant won’t address the actual problem.
A quality air conditioning system can make it feel like there is a winter chill in the air, but the system itself is not actually supposed to freeze. Many homeowners who experience cooling issues this summer will take a look at their air conditioners only to find that the unit seems to have frozen over.
Around this time of year, you start running your air conditioner often enough to tell if there is an issue with the system. This may be a big problem—like an air conditioner that shuts off shortly after you turn it on—or it may be a smaller problem like an odd noise.
You clean your home as often as you can. Vacuuming the floors, cleaning the oven, dusting the shelves, and doing the laundry are all normal parts of your routine. But did you know there’s one component of your home that may cost you a lot if you don’t keep it clean?
The last thing you need on a hot summer day is for your Vadnais Heights air conditioner to suddenly cut out. Without the cooling power it provides, your house will get uncomfortable quickly. Fortunately, once you know why this happens...
An air conditioner cannot cool your Isanti home without an adequate amount of Freon. So if you’ve noticed a drop off in the cooling power of your central air conditioning system, inadequate Freon levels may be the culprit. But before you try to add more Freon to your unit, there are several things you need to know.
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