Can’t Attain Desired Temperature?
Are there times that you are trying to cool (or heat) your home but you’re unable to reach the temperature you set your thermostat to?
Or does it often seem like your system is struggling to keep up?
When experiencing this kind of problem it is common to hear that your system may be low on refrigerant and just needs a little Freon charge, but did you know that air conditioning systems never lose their refrigerant unless the system develops a leak? And if there is a leak, the refrigerant could be leaking into the air you and your family breathe. Refrigerants are harmful substances and are not meant to be breathed. Low refrigerant will also cause further damage to your system and, if left unresolved, can lead to much more expensive repairs or replacements, so it is very important to figure out why the refrigerant is low and fix any leaks discovered.
Another thing you may hear is that your air conditioner is too small and that you need to replace it with a new, larger unit. Again, it is wise to be very wary when you hear this. The answer is not always so simple.
There are a lot of factors which can lead to an under-performing system, many of which can be much less expensive to address than the brand new air conditioning system you were just told you needed. Improperly configured duct work, hidden duct leaks, uneven or inadequate insulation, or simply incorrect settings on the air conditioner are among the factors that are often overlooked and can be much less expensive to address.
We want to show you there’s a better way. Our goal, as your air conditioning contractor, is to inform and educate you so that you fully understand what is going on in your home. The Comfort Authority will take the time to meticulously assess your whole home to root out the real problems and offer you the most practical solutions. We service the Tampa Bay area. Call us today schedule your complete home assessment and our experts will provide you with the knowledge you need to make the best decisions you can.
You deserve a better way.