Air Conditioning Condensation Problems for Gustine Residents\"air,

The beauty of air conditioning in Gustine is that we don\’t have to do anything to live in a cool climate, even when it\’s boiling outside. Programmed to adjust automatically, modern thermostats make it even easier.
Therefore, it is very inconvenient (not to mention uncomfortable) when our unit is not functioning properly, forcing us to pay attention. Suddenly over-heated, our first inclination may be to call for help, but often the expensive repair can be accomplished easily or avoided completely.

Air Conditioning Process

The process of conditioning air to a cooler temperature involves rapid evaporation and condensation of chemicals called refrigerants. These compounds have properties that allow them to change from liquid to gas and back at low temperatures.
When the liquid evaporates and transforms into gas, it absorbs heat. Compressed tightly together again, the matter condenses back into a liquid with a residue of unwanted moist heat that must be released to the outdoors.
Throughout handling the air to cool it, air conditioners can filter dust and dehumidify the air. This release of moisture is why air conditioners have drains.

Condenser Coils

As the heat is removed from the gas, it forms condensation that must be drained from the system. Tiny particles accumulate along the path, prone to shifting and resettling until they become lodged and can form a significant enough blockage to hamper the unit\’s efficiency. If the drain line becomes blocked, the unit drips or overflows the pan and works its way back into the house, causing damage and potentially mould.
This is when panic is inclined to call for the cavalry.

Easy Fix

A simple act of maintenance performed twice a year and requiring no tools can eliminate the problem and the risk of an unnecessary and expensive visit from a company like (Your Company). The steps are the same for both window and whole-house units to check and maintain your condensate drain.
On the interior side, remove the unit panel and find the drain line, usually a plastic tube. If the pan is full of water, there is a blockage. On a whole house system, find where the plastic tube exits the house, making sure it is above ground and clear to drain away. Flush the line with a short burst from a hose.
Regular maintenance is simply a 1/2 cup of warm water poured down the tube to ensure a clean and free-flowing pipe.

Where It Counts

An important aspect of air conditioning repairs is flushing air conditioning drain lines. If you have any questions about doing this, contact Daikin LLC. We would be happy to explain the process to you and take care of any other aspects of HVAC maintenance you might need.

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