How a Heat Pump and Air Conditioner systems work during the Summer Months
During the summer there are numerous things that can go wrong with your heat pump or air conditioner unit if not properly maintained. It is important that the refrigerant pressures are correct on your system; it can cause the system to freeze up, run longer to achieve desired temperature or cause strain on the compressor and other components causing them to fail.
Cooling your house isn’t the systems only job in the summer time. Your system also removes humidity from your home. A clogged drain line can cause water damage to your floor or ceiling depending on where your air handler is located. If you have a safety switch to prevent damage in case of a clogged drain line, the safety switch will shut your system off if the drain pan gets too full.
Beat the heat and schedule a Tune-Up today!