How Air Conditioners Work
Air conditioners are intended to create comfortable temperatures by removing the heat from inside your home through the process of filtration and conditioning. First, warm air is moved from the inside of the home to the air conditioner. Inside the unit, a chemical refrigerant removes the excess heat from the air, where it is then sent to an outside coil, where a fan moves the air to the exterior of the home.
Components of an Air Conditioner
There are several components of an air conditioner. Some are located in the outside unit, and others are located inside your home.
- Condenser Coil (Outside)
- Evaporator Coil (Inside)
- Chemical Refrigerant
If any of these components are not functioning properly, your cooling unit is at risk of malfunctioning altogether, leaving you and your family without cool, comfortable air. If you’re worried your unit has a broken or malfunctioning component, turn off your unit and set up an appointment with one of our trained professionals as soon as possible. Running an air conditioner with broken components or limited access to air flow can exacerbate the problem and lead to more expensive repairs.
If your air conditioning unit is in need of a new component, call Greenway Home Services today to set up an appointment with one of our experts to learn more about your options for repair or replacement. We will provide you with our honest opinion after inspecting your air conditioning system and recommend a replacement only when it is absolutely necessary or when you’re in the market for a new one.
When repairs and maintenance are necessary, we want to get your air conditioning unit running as quickly as possible. That’s why our live customer service team is on standby waiting to help you in Nashville and Memphis from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. We also offer weekend appointments at regular rates from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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