Air conditioning airflow issues are easy to spot when you pay attention to hot or cold spots throughout your home. In addition, you might notice changes in air pressure throughout your rooms or issues with your home not getting cool enough in the summer. Fixing airflow issues with your AC unit can prevent your air compressor from being permanently damaged.

1. Blocked Condenser Unit

The AC condenser can be exposed to the harsh outdoors. Be sure that all of the dirt and yard debris is removed from the condenser. This will help ensure better airflow.

2. Slow Blower Fans

The blower fans in your AC unit must maintain a constant speed in order for the air to be sufficiently cooled. They can get clogged with dirt and dust and end up working much slower over time.

3. Old Air Filters

Dusty air filters are one of the easiest ways for your airflow to get blocked. They must be changed as frequently as the manufacturer of your AC unit recommends. This task can be easy to forget.

4. Leaked Refrigerant Liquid

Refrigerant liquid is important to keep your system working properly and the air cool in your home. If your AC unit has not been well maintained, it is easy to have refrigerant leaks. This will make it more difficult for the system to cool your home evenly.

5. Large AC Unit

If you have an older AC unit in your home, it may be too large for your space. Many older AC units were designed too large for the average-sized home. If the unit is too large, it will heat the home inefficiently and may cycle on and off multiple times throughout the day.

Schedule Air Conditioning Repair Service

At Honey's Air & Solar in Modesto, CA, we handle heating and cooling installations and repairs. We also offer services related to professional air quality testing. Call the skilled and experienced AC repair technicians at Honey's Air & Solar today to schedule an appointment for repair services.

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