Refrigerant, or coolant as it is also called, is an essential part of every HVAC system. If your air conditioning unit is not cooling properly, a lack of the necessary amount of refrigerant is very often the source. To provide cool and comfortable air throughout your home, the levels of coolant must be adequate and stable. This is why a refrigerant check is always included in any maintenance visit or tune-up. Spotting the signs of low refrigerant is not a difficult task, but here are the top three signs that typically point to this issue.
With climate change a hot, but controversial topic these days, more and more people are becoming concerned with the effect they have on the environment. Gone are the days when the biggest step most homeowners and businesses would take was simply recycling. For anyone interested in reducing their negative impact a step further, consider going green with your air conditioning system.
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