Santa Cruz Coil Cleaning & Repair Services
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In order for your air conditioning system to have cool air to circulate throughout the house, the evaporator coil must be functioning properly. You need fans, motors and condensers in order to make your AC work, but without cool air there is no air conditioning. The evaporator coil is responsible for providing that cooled air, which is why it is so important to the AC process.
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The Evaporator Coil Process
Evaporator coils are tubes that are filled with liquid refrigerant. When warm air from inside your house is drawn out and passes over the coils, it is absorbed and the liquid refrigerant changes over to a gas. That gas moves through the tubes to a condenser coil, where the warm air from inside the house is released and the gas changes back into a liquid. Then, the liquid moves back to the evaporator coil to begin the warm air extraction process over again.
Are My Coils Working Properly?
Some of the signs that your evaporator coils aren’t performing as they should, include air conditioning systems going on and off intermittently, leaking refrigerant from the coils, strange sounds or odors coming from the AC or miscommunication between your thermostat and the actual temperature in the house. Since the evaporator coil is what delivers the cooled air to your home, any issue where the air isn’t as cool as you’d like it may have started in there. When you notice any of these signs, it’s a good idea to call in your AC specialist to get to the source of the problem.
Risks of DIY Evaporator Coil Repair
It is possible for homeowners to clean their own evaporator coils, but for the vast majority, letting professionals do it is a wiser decision. The cleaning process is often more involved than you’d think, and a professional is trained to find other issues that the typical homeowner might miss. If the technician notices a crack or break in the coil, he can perform a quick repair along with the cleaning and get the system working at full capacity. Considering how important your evaporator coil is to your AC system, it only makes sense to leave the cleaning and repair work to experts.
If your AC system is acting up, it may be your evaporator coil. Call Bellows Plumbing, Heating & Air and we will send a technician to find the source of the problem and provide you with a practical solution.