Does your AC unit blow cool air, but not cold air? You may not have enough refrigerant in the unit. If you do not get it checked out, you may wind up with a unit that is not going to even be able to put out cool air, or possibly no air at all if it breaks. Turn to the experts at Courtesy Plumbing & Heating today, and let us come out to service your Castle Rock AC unit. That way, you can be sure your air conditioner is going to work when you need it to, and keep you nice and cold, no matter how warm it gets outside.
Your AC Unit Can Break if It Has Too Little Refrigerant
When you try and run an air conditioner that does not have enough refrigerant in it, it puts a lot of stress on the unit. The refrigerant in the unit should stay at stable levels, unless there is a leak. So, by needing more, you already knew that your AC unit needs some maintenance. Too little refrigerant causes the unit to work too hard to try and cool the warm air that makes its way through it. This can lead to freezing of the coils, overheating of the motor, or a complete failure of the compressor.
Ways to Tell if You Have Too Little Refrigerant
The best way to tell if your AC unit is in need of additional refrigerant is to have it inspected. This way, the unit can be tested and you will know for sure. You should have your Castle Rock air conditioning maintained annually, but if you haven’t, now is the time to start. Make sure to call us in before you have frozen coils or warm air coming out the vents instead of cold air.
Courtesy Plumbing & Heating Can Maintain Your Castle Rock AC Unit
When it comes to maintaining your Castle Rock AC unit, you need people who know how to do the job right, the first time. That is what you get when you reach out to Courtesy Plumbing & Heating. We will show up on time, be ready to diagnose and fix the problem, and always answer any questions you may have as we go. Trust us to get your HVAC and plumbing problems fixed for you, whenever you need us. Find out more by scheduling a time for us to come out and help today!