• Mutt Crawford

3 Common HVAC Problems During Summers (And How to Deal with Them)

It's getting warmer in Florida and nearby states. If you've checked off air conditioner maintenance from your spring to-do list, you're all set to take the heat!


However, if you couldn't make time for it, don't panic. Florida Breeze offers fast and efficient repairs for all your HVAC woes this summer. Here are some common HVAC problems (and their fixes) that you may face in the coming months:


Refrigerant leaks

How do you feel at the end of a long and tiring week? Like the human body that can get exhausted and needs to recharge after working for extended periods, your HVAC system can also wear down due to working overtime.


If you run your air conditioner around the clock during summers, it may start to blow warmer air. This is due to the tiny pinhole leaks that may develop in the coils and lines of your unit and cause refrigerant loss.

Fix: HVAC professionals can take care of leaks by sealing or replacing them. It would be best if you didn't try any DIY repairs as they may cause more harm than good. Additionally, you can prevent refrigerant leaks by reducing your unit's running time.


Reduced airflow

During summer, when your air conditioner is working harder than usual, clogged ductwork and dirty air filters can increase the unit's burden. This can result in higher power consumption and reduce the airflow of your HVAC system.


Fix: You should replace the air filters every month during summer to ensure that your air conditioner's efficiency remains top-notch. Additionally, clean your outdoor unit and remove any debris or dirt around it that may enter the system and clog it.


Higher levels of humidity

You bought the air conditioner to help you combat the heat. But if it does not affect the air quality of your home, you may be disappointed. Lucky for you, there's a simple solution to this problem.


Your air conditioner works to enhance the comfort of your home by maintaining the humidity levels. However, when your unit's drain lines become clogged, they may start to backflow, causing the air conditioner to malfunction. This can lead to a spike in the humidity level of your home.


Fix: Use a wet-dry vacuum to clean the accumulated from your drainpipes. For more severe problems, connect with us at Florida Breeze.


We offer 24-hour air conditioner repair and installation services in Indialantic and Merritt Island. Talk to our representative at 321-951-8767 for assistance!

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