Should I Change My Commercial AC Unit Indoor Coil?

Should I Change My Commercial AC Unit Indoor Coil?

If you are installing or replacing an air conditioner or heat pump, you usually need to change the indoor (or “evaporator”) coil. These systems run most efficiently when matched with the right commercial AC unit indoor coil. In an AC system, a coolant travels through the indoor coil, which is located next to the air handler, and becomes a low-pressure gas. If you notice that your air conditioner doesn’t turn on or run consistently, or that the unit is leaking, making strange noises or blowing warm air, you probably need to repair or replace the indoor coil. If you suspect you need a new coil or just want to schedule an inspection, contact a trained heating and cooling service technician for assistance.

Should I Change My Commercial AC Unit Indoor Coil? was last modified: March 16th, 2015 by Contributor

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