Your AC compressor system plays a critical role in any home or business. There are many reasons why your AC compressor can stop working. Even though it is costly to repair an AC compressor sometimes the best solution is to replace the unit for a new compressor; hence it is very important to give the necessary maintenance as soon as possible when a problem occurs to prevent a future failure and increase the life expectancy.
The reasons why your AC compressor might stop working could be due to the following reasons:
It is the main problem that leads to heating and cooling system issues, a clogged filter will increase energy use and expense. The coils need to be cleaned as a routine maintenance, changing the air filter once a month can help prevent the unit from being damaged completely.
An electrical problem can happen anytime due to a storm, lightning strike, tree trimming, brownouts, blackouts, or a power surge.
Clogged Air Filters
When the AC compressor stops blowing cold or hot air it is because the air filters are clogged. With the air filters dirty and the AC blowing hot or cold air, the fan will require to use more power to maintain the temperature programmed in your home or business. Clogged air filters will increase your heating bills. The AC compressor automatically will stop working to avoid overheating the motor.
Blocked Suction Lines
The suction lines are two copper lines that run in the middle of the compressor and the evaporator. The suction line avoids any liquid refrigerant or oil coming into the compressor. If the temperature is higher than normal, the compressor heat is very high, and the evaporator or condensing pressure are low, these are some of the symptoms that cause a restricted liquid line.
Solutions for Spring HVAC Maintenance
It is recommended to schedule an ongoing maintenance for your AC unit, AAFM can help your AC compressor to continue to function at full capacity.
Above issues need to be addressed immediately; you can prevent in advance your AC from failure if you keep the proper maintenance that is necessary to have your AC compressor working Effectively. Our experienced technicians will be able to determine the issue with your AC compressor from the first visit. AAFM offers a routine oil maintenance and analyzing the system.
Our experienced technicians will find out the problem before it happens. We will keep a routine HVAC maintenance service to ensure your AC unit receives proper cleaning; this will save you money in the long run.
Let AAFM Assist you with your AC Compressor issues
We understand the importance of Spring HVAC Maintenance. If you notice your AC compressor unit in the office no longer runs efficiently, please reach out to the professionals at AAFM right away. We are on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, to tend to your AC compressor cooling needs. Whether you require general AC compressor maintenance or a new unit installation, we are here to help. Give us a call today at (855) 347-1613 for more information.