Throughout the Las Vegas, Nevada Valley, Air Supply Heating and Air Conditioning is proud to serve commercial and residential locals with HVAC system services. Being completely licensed and insured, we provide our professional expertise to the community at affordable rates; delivering courteous and friendly customer service, traditional values, high morals, and superior execution on all services rendered. Air Supply Heating and Air Conditioning exclusively utilizes high-end products and equipment to ensure quality workmanship as our technicians; having the training, experience, and skills perform the services we offer.
Signs of Low Refrigerant in Central Air Conditioner
Air Supply Heating and Air Conditioning includes air conditioning troubleshooting for commercial and residential property owners in the Las Vegas, Nevada Valley. Among the troubleshooting issues we perform are the problems involving the refrigerant. The refrigerant is one of the key ingredients in the air conditioning system to keep your home cool while facing the scorching summer. There a few red flags that suggest the refrigerant is low.
1) Nothing but hot air. If the refrigerant is at inadequate levels, the air conditioning system will blow nothing but warm air into your home. Although there could be additional problems that is contributing to warm air blowing into your home or business that can include; the outside unit is layered in unit and unable to operate accordingly, the thermostat’s settings got flipped to “on” instead of “auto”, or the compressor is experiencing issues. But if the air conditioning is new, there could have been an insufficient charge and resulting refrigerant leak.
2) Ice on the refrigerant line. Low pressure lowers the temperature quickly. For example, anyone that has used a compressed can of air will notice that after excessive use that can itself will get freezing cold to the touch. A similar occurrence happens when the refrigerant is low, causing the ice to form on the lines. With the low pressure results in low temperatures, leading to ice on the evaporator coils. But additional problems could also be producing the ice on the evaporator coils.
3) AC emitting bubbling or hissing noises. When increasing pressure has built up in the refrigerant, if there is a substantial refrigerant leak, you will hear the bubbling and hissing sounds. A low refrigerant that has leaked is really the only way the sounds are produced. Refrigerant is depleted after use, it continually is recycled and if the refrigerant is low it was either because there was sufficient levels at installation, or the more likely reason, a leak is losing the refrigerant leak.
Central AC Repairs & Maintenance in Las Vegas, Summerlin, Paradise, North LV & Henderson Nevada
If the refrigerant has leaked, Air Supply Heating and Air Conditioning will make any needed repairs, as it is illegal to recharge your unit with refrigerant until the leak has been fixed. Once the necessary repairs have been made, Air Supply Heating and Air Conditioning technicians will ensure your unit has adequate levels of refrigerant. Call Air Supply Heating and Air Conditioning today if you believe your commercial or residential air conditioning unit in Las Vegas, Nevada and surrounding areas is lacking refrigerant and our experts will run an inspection and diagnostic tests to find the root of the problem and make any needed repairs.