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Central Air Conditioning Repairs
What is Central Air Conditioning?
Central air conditioning is a method of cooling in which a centralized unit cools and dehumidifies air before it circulates through an area. Central air conditioners are separated into two components: the evaporator, and the condenser coil and compressor. An outdoor cabinet holds the condenser coil and compressor outside, and the evaporator coil is inside in conjunction with the air handler.
How Does it Work?
When this AC unit is operating, warm air inside a home or office is sucked in through the return-air duct that flows to the unit. The warm air is then moved by the blower across the evaporator coil where the heat energy is transferred to the refrigerant. The compressor pumps a chemical called refrigerant through the system, and is responsible for removing the heat inside and moving it to the outside. Moisture that contributes to humidity is also condensed out of the air. After this transfer, warm air now cool, is blown back through the vents.
Central Air Conditioning Repairs:
According to howstuffworks.com, here are some problems you might face that are possible to repair on your own:
Both components are sealed and should be looked at by a professional air conditioning contractor to avoid any errors and void of any warranties. Routine cleaning can be a DIY job but maintenance should be left alone to those with experience to properly repair any problems that can avoid costly repairs later in the future. Contact your local HVAC contractor for help. Or contact us, we're just a click away!
If you are in the Los Angeles area looking for central air conditioning repairs or just have a question about HVAC systems, contact us at (310) 530-0504, send us an email, or fill out the form. Whatever it may be, we'll be more than glad to help answer your questions.
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