Though most of us rely on air conditioning to keep us cool in the summer months, very few people actually know how their AC units work. One of the most common issues HVAC technicians are asked about is the condensation produced by an air conditioning unit. Depending on the humidity, your AC can produce roughly between 5 and 20 gallons of water in the summer. For those not familiar with how an AC works, it can be difficult to know when this is within normal levels and when it might be an indication of something not working the way it should.
To help you better understand why your AC unit produces condensation and what issues to look for, we have assembled five of the most common questions that HVAC technicians get asked. These should help you to familiarize yourself with the way the unit works and when it is the right time to book an AC service. Here are the five most common questions and their answers:
If you have any concerns about how your HVAC unit is functioning, be sure to book an appointment with an experienced technician in your area. Addressing problems as soon as they arise and keeping your unit regularly maintained is the best way to ensure that your AC keeps you cool throughout the summer.
Ensure your AC unit is running smoothly by consulting with the HVAC experts at Comfort Solutions. Call us at 610-438-9300 or contact us online to schedule an appointment.
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