System Losing HVAC Refrigerant?

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HVAC refrigerant is the chemical that performs the critical function of extracting heat from your house and dispersing it into outside air. What’s left behind indoors is simply cool comfort. Refrigerant can be a frigid vapor or a hot compressed liquid, depending on where it’s circulating in the air conditioning system. It’s also under pressure throughout the cooling process. For these reasons, HVAC refrigerant can be susceptible to leakage.

Symptoms of Low Refrigerant

Air conditioners don’t consume refrigerant. Therefore, refrigerant loss is almost always due to a leak. Here are some typical signs of low refrigerant:

How Does Refrigerant Loss Happen?

Refrigerant leakage can result from one of several causes:

Professional Leak Repair

Refrigerant leaks are frequently tiny and not visually apparent. A qualified HVAC Professional uses leak detection technology including a electronic sensor probe to confirm leakage and application of bubble or foam solutions to pinpoint the exact location. When repairing is a fesible option, the HVAC Pro will repair and add refrigerant to get your system cooling again.

For qualified service to diagnose any HVAC problem, contact the professionals at Jackson & Sons.

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When you need heating or air conditioning repairs, maintenance or system replacements, you need a company you can count on for dependability and quality service. Contact us at Jackson & Sons at 919-734-9611. Our professional team of technicians look forward to providing energy efficient and cost effective solutions to keep your home or business comfortable at all times.

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