Are you satisfied by your AC’s ability to cool your home? Do you feel hot spots in certain rooms, or a major difference in temperature throughout the home? If you have any air conditioning problems, then you should not hesitate to get them solved quickly. Like any other aspect of your home, there will come a time when routine maintenance is not enough and you need to have it professionally repaired. There are numerous causes of uneven cooling. Only a professional HVAC technician will be able to assess exactly what’s gone wrong with your AC. Give DB Heating & Cooling a call today to learn more about our Bergen County, NJ air conditioning repair services.
- Ductwork blockage: If there is one area in particular that does not seem to get as cool as the others, the problem (and solution) might be in the air ducts. If you have a forced air distribution system, then you rely heavily on the integrity and cleanliness of the ducts to deliver the cool air throughout your home. But the system will be unable to work properly if the ducts are filled with dust, dirt, and other debris or they have been comprised by cracks, holes, and loose connections.
- Low refrigerant: Low levels of refrigerant can adversely affect your home’s ability to stay cool during the summer. During installation, your AC was charged with a certain amount of refrigerant that would adequately absorb and dissipate thermal energy from your home into the outdoor air. But if a leak has occurred, then you may have low refrigerant levels that are leading to inadequate cooling.
- Dirty condenser coils: Because of their location, your outdoor condenser coils are subject to more wear and tear then your indoor coils. Over time, they will become caked with dust and debris unless you have your AC routinely maintained. This is a common cause of inadequate and uneven cooling.
If you’re having any difficulty with your air conditioning system in Bergen County, NJ, then do not hesitate to call for professional service from DB Heating & Cooling.