Is your A/C system not cooling? Do you have water leakage?
Air conditioner freeze ups are a common challenge for most homeowners. When ice forms on AC units, the ability to properly cool the indoor air is impaired. In addition, a freeze up can put a lot of stress on the compressor. If you run your AC unit when there is ice on the coil, it is likely you may wind up with a need to repair or replace the compressor.
A faulty fan can also cause an air conditioner to freeze up. Without a proper functioning fan, the air is not circulated through the ductwork and the home. Another big cause of AC freezing is a lack of refrigerant. Often, this is due to a leak somewhere in the AC system. In this case, it's also best to call Global Cooling to run a test to find and fix the leak in addition to refilling refrigerant
If you notice leaking water, it is likely that your drain line is blocked, causing your condensate pan to overflow. Maintenance may be needed to examine your coils, drain lines, refrigerant lines and all moving parts. Adjustments are made as needed. Drain lines can be cleaned to restore the flow of water from the condensate pan. Cleaning of your coils and pan ensures the removal of mold
and bacteria that can contaminate your airstream as well. It's important to keep your coils clean so that they don't freeze up. This can stress or permanently damage your compressor. Your system can also be adversely affected by low refrigerant levels. Give us a call so we can determine what we need to do to get your system on the mend.