Air Conditioning Not Working – Call Air Professionals 843-293-8534

Central air conditioning or HVAC is a system that controls the air movement, filtration, humidity and temperature of your home or office building.   Because it is connected with the dehumidification and cooling of your environment, it is attached to your refrigeration unit.  The specific task of the refrigeration equipment is to not only keep your home cool but at the same time lower the humidity.  In our neck of the woods, these units are usually centralized units with air ducts that carry the cool air throughout our homes.  Individual units can also be used to cool specific areas.

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Call us today for any of these services:

Heat Pump Repair and Installation
General HVAC repair
Answers to Heating and Air Conditioning questions
Residential air filtration systems

An air conditioning unit that is running at its peak will save you money.  This means making sure that the filter is changed on a regular basis and the unit is checked periodically.  To save money, you may want to consider having your unit checked during the off-peak season such as in the fall or spring.  If there are parts that need to be replaced, they may need to be ordered and you won’t be suffering during the heat of the summer while waiting for the unit to be updated.

You will also want to ensure you clean out the air ducts prior to turning on the unit for the first time.  Many of our customers live outside of the area and visit only part of the year.  Inactive units can  cause build up of dust in the ducts and you will need to have them cleaned periodically.

Questions about your unit? Air Professionals has the answers

It is a common misconception that air conditioners lower the temperature in your home by bringing in cool air.  In actuality, the process is designed to remove warm air from your home and then it cycles the air back a cooler air.  This process will continue until the temperature in the room reaches your pre-set thermostat temperature.

Think of your cooling unit as a refrigerator missing its insulated box.  The process uses the release of a refrigerant as a vapor to provide the desired cooling effect.  An air conditioner evaporation cycle is exactly the same as those found in a refrigerator.  By using a compressor, the cool refrigerant is compressed causing it to become a high-pressure heated gas.  This hot gas then will run through a set of coils which will dissipate the heat and subsequently condenses it into a liquid.  The liquid in turn runs through a valve which evaporates and turns into a low pressure cold gas.  The cold gas then passes through coils that absorb the heat and cools down your home.

Call Air Professionals at 843-293-8534 for all of your air conditioning needs.

Air Professionals
Myrtle Beach, SC
(843) 293-8534