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Air DuctsThe purpose of an air duct network is to guide the air that enters through the air vents to the main heating or cooling component of your central air unit. In addition, the air ducts also help guide air that has been heated or cooled back out of the air vents throughout the home. This system ensures that every part of your home receives the right amount of temperature-controlled air.
Air VentsAir vents are the metal plates found over the holes throughout the home that are responsible for letting the air in the home enter and exit the air ducts. There are two different types of air vents that do this: supply and return vents.
Types of Air VentsSupply vents suck in air that goes through the air ducts that finally ends up at the main heating or cooling unit.Return vents circulate the air back into your home. After the unit changes the temperature of the air to reflect the temperature on your thermostat, the air is brought back through the air ducts and out of the return air vents, which allow the temperature-controlled air back into the home.This is all a simultaneous process, which means that the air in your home is constantly circulating air through this system. Because the air duct and vent system are always working when the thermostat kicks in, it is important to often have them maintained and cleaned properly at least every 3 to 5 years. Not doing so can result in a build-up of dust and other pollutants that can affect the air quality of your home.
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The air conditioning unit in your home is arguably one of the largest consumers of energy out of all your appliances. So making sure it is in optimal running performance should be essential. An AC tune up is an essential part of the maintenance needed for your air conditioner, and should always be executed by an air conditioning contractor. Even after as short as a year, your AC will have started to age through continual use and collect a deposit of dust. This aging of your AC and its components through continual use, plus the dust accumulation will lead to your AC not performing as well as it should. This decrease in efficiency will mean the electricity bill will go up and if the age deterioration isn’t seen to, a replacement of the whole unit might be your only option.
Why is a tune up important?
Although air conditioners have a lifespan of about 10-15 years, this lifespan can be severely shortened if the AC unit is NOT regularly serviced by a professional company. As the appliance gets older, it could suddenly break down or stop working seemingly unexpectedly. If this happens it means that the deterioration has accumulated and increased the amount of energy wasted for the same amount of cooling power. This can include the fans getting bent, refrigerant starting to leak, or the filters getting clogged. These are all issues that could be easily rectified with a quick visit from an air conditioning contractor and could be the difference between a new AC in 10-15 years instead of 5-9 years.
What needs to be checked?
Before you call an expert, there are a few things you can check by yourself to get a better idea of the state of your AC. By no means does this replace the need for a professional tune up, but it does help a little. First, you should check that the unit is clear from obstruction and clear away any branches, creepers, leaves, and twigs that could be encroaching on or obstructing the unit. Finally check that the fans aren’t bent, as bent fan blades won’t provide the correct air flow.
There are many other things that need to be checked which you will not be qualified to do. When you hire an air conditioner contractor, they will be able to check the rest. For your information, and so that you can have an idea what is going on, these are the components the expert will need to check:
Coils: Used for the compression and condensation, will need to be inspected for damage, have debris removed and cleaned.Refrigerant levels: Overuse can mean that your refrigerant levels are low, so the contractor will check them, top up what’s missing and ensure that the operating pressure is right.Electric components: All the electrical components must be checked for faulty or loose wires and promptly replaced by a professional.Filtration: The filters will need cleaning and maybe replacement, to increase airflow into the system.Overall condition of the unit Once all of this is done the AC will be calibrated. This is done by checking the thermostat, as well as the amperage and voltage that is being used. The pressure through the system will also be checked at this point.
Once your air conditioning contractor has gone through all of steps it will mean that your AC should not give up on you and you can enjoy cool air for many more summers to come.
signs to look for when your Air-conditioner is in trouble
UNUSUAL NOISESThere is something comforting about the gentle hum that an air conditioner makes when it’s turned on and cooling you down. So, when the noises coming from it are unsettling it means that there could be something wrong.
If your air conditioner is making gurgling, knocking, or banging noises then you need to call a professional air conditioning company immediately. These strange sounds are a sign that something is wrong with your HVAC unit.
WARM AIR BLOWING OUT OF THE VENTSIf your vents are blowing out warm air instead of cold, your AC unit needs some attention. If the fan is still working but the air is warm, it could be a sign of a blockage or a faulty compressor.
A BROKEN THERMOSTATWhen the thermostat reading doesn’t match the room’s temperature, and nudging the temperature on it doesn’t make the air conditioning unit kick in, this is a sign that you need to have an AC technician service your unit.
THE OUTDOOR FAN ISN’T WORKINGWhen your outdoor central air conditioning unit is on, the fan should spin, this allows hot air from inside to be removed and placed outside. If the fan isn’t spinning, you need to call a professional immediately. The absence of a fan puts the air conditioning compressor at risk of overheating, causing further damage to the entire unit.
BAD SMELLS COMING FROM THE UNITWhen your air conditioner is on, you should be able to feel the air but not smell it. If the air coming out of your vents smells musty or like burnt plastic, there may be an issue with the ductwork. Whether they simply need to be cleared or replaced, you should call a professional for help.
A WET FLOORIs the carpet or floor underneath your air conditioning unit wet? Leaking water could be a sign that your system isn’t draining properly. This could be caused by a clogged drain line or the unit wasn’t level when it was installed.
LOW AIRFLOWHave you noticed that the air flowing from your vents has slowed down? Then you may have a blockage in the air ducts. Reduced airflow could also mean that there’s an issue with the unit’s motor. Calling a professional will determine which one is causing the issue.
TRIPPED BREAKERIf your air conditioner keeps tripping your homes breaker this could be a sign that there is an electrical issue, electrical issues not only damage the unit but can also cause an electrical fire – don’t delay have a professional come out immediately.
CALL A/C Fix, LLC TODAYThe last thing you want as a homeowner or business owner is your air conditioning unit to stop working when you need it the most. So, if you notice any of the warning signs, you need to call A/C Fix, LLC for an inspection. Don’t wait until it’s too late to ask for help, rather call 1-702-423-1880 today!
As for a split air conditioner, it works silently to deliver cool air throughout your home. It doesn’t rely on air ducts either. Instead, it uses special copper tubing which connects the indoor air handler units to the outdoor A/C compressor and condenser units. The air handler units are installed on the walls, and they blow air out of them into the rooms they’re installed in.