Choosing Us As Your Air Conditioner Unit Replacement Company
If your cooling unit froze up, it is time to find a qualified cooling unit company such as Mor Air. Most people tend to ask us whether they can fix these sorts of problems themselves. However, before we can answer this question, you must first try and locate the source of the freeze-up. Your first step should be to immediately turn off your unit and allow it to thaw out and dry off before you can inspect for any damage – this usually takes approximately 24 hours. Once the unit is thawed, take a look around to see if you notice any visible damage to the fins, piles of built-up debris, or clogged filters – these can all cause a unit to freeze up. If you do not notice any of these issues causing your frozen unit, you will need to call in the professionals to diagnose your issue and get you back up and running again.
Do I need to recharge the coolant in my unit every year?
All things considered, you should never need to recharge your system's coolant. Recharging is simply a term used for either flushing and refilling or adding additional freon to your unit. Since today’s units are built to be self-sustainable and reuse existing coolant, you should not need to recharge it – ever – unless, of course, you have a leak in the system. If you notice a leak in coolant, please call a trusted service provider immediately to handle it.