Choosing Us As Your Air Conditioner Unit Replacement Company
If you’re having issues with your unit, we always recommend choosing a qualified expert to come in and inspect the issue. With Mor Air, rest-assured that our technicians are highly trained professionals who will give you honest and transparent advice and guide you towards the next steps. Our main goal is to offer you peace of mind in knowing that if you choose us, your problems will be solved in a quick and professional manner. That being said, there are a few things you can check on your own before rushing to call for professional servicing. Sometimes cooling issues are a simple fix and knowing what to look for can save you from a service call.
Your first step should always be to check the power supply. Make sure your system is properly connected and that the breakers have not been tripped. If your power supply is good, clean out around your unit to free it from any debris that might be blocking the airflow. Finally, make sure your filters are clean and not keeping your unit from running properly.
Why is my system freezing up?
If you’ve noticed ice formations anywhere on your cooling unit, you’re dealing with a freeze-up condition that needs to be addressed immediately. When your unit begins to freeze up, it likely means one of two things: improper airflow or low/leaking coolant.
Since your system requires efficient airflow to allow the coils to remain warm, a blockage or fan issue can quickly cause a freeze up. By the same token, a leak in the coolant can also cause the coils to get too cold, leading to the inevitable freeze up. If you notice ice forming anywhere on your unit, call an expert as soon as possible.
Do I need to clean the air ducts in my home?
Generally, most homes do not need regular air duct cleaning. There are circumstances, however, that would warrant a thorough cleaning of your ventilation system.
If you haven’t been vigilant about keeping the filters cleaned for your unit, you may want to consider cleaning the ducts as a clogged filter would allow dirt, allergens, and debris to gather in the ductwork. Other signs you should have your ducts cleaned include any visible mold growth, improper airflow, or hearing sounds while your unit is running.
Why is my unit leaking water?
If you’ve noticed water leaking from your unit, you’re likely dealing with a clogged drain line. When cooling units are subjected to things like dirt, grime, or sludge, they can easily become clogged, causing water to back up and leak into your home. Any time you notice a leak from your system, it’s important to immediately contact a professional that could take care of the issue.