Home AC Repair Service discuss Freon recharging.
Home AC repair service companies often receive calls from people concerned that their properties’ systems need more coolant. But should they really be worried about that? In our experience, there are times when home air conditioners need to be recharged. However, it doesn’t happen as often as many people think.
In general, the only time systems need to be recharged by our home air conditioning repair service team is after a breakdown. Why? During breakdowns, cooling systems may spring leaks. When they do, it is possible to lose enough coolant to require a recharge. In those cases, the damaged components will obviously have to be repaired or replaced. Afterward, home AC repair service technicians can go ahead and top off coolant levels.
If there are no leaks, chances are the coolant levels are just fine. Consequently, the refrigerated air condition systems’ failures will likely be attributed to other, easily corrected problems. So, how does a home or business owner know which problems require a charge? In our experience there are several, key signs and symptoms to watch out for before making a call.
For instance, what is the temperature of the air coming out of the building’s ventilation system? And how long does it take that air to bring the building’s interior to the right temperature? If the air is unusually warm and the building never seems to reach or hold temperature, there may be one or more system leaks present. The only way to confirm the existence of one or a multitude of system breaches is to hire a company that provides home AC repair service.
Home AC repair service techs can easily test a property owners’ coolant loss theory and issue recommendations on how to proceed. To find out how, please contact SoBellas Home Services. We’re conveniently located in El Paso, San Antonio and Las Cruces and offer emergency, coolant related services.