An air handler unit consists of an evaporator coil, air filter, blower motor, electrical and electronic components. It regulates your home temperature by circulating warm or cool indoor air throughout your entire home. Here are four common signs you should look for to determine if your air handler is not working properly in Orlando, FL.
Fan Unit Problems
The fan or the blower in your air handler unit is responsible for blowing conditioned air through the ductwork throughout your home. You can identify trouble with the fan when it starts to make strange noises or when you can’t feel air coming out of your ductwork. You can contact a qualified service technician to fix the fan to restore comfort in your home.
Condensate Pan Leaks
Another clear sign that your air handler may not be working properly is if the condensate pan is leaking. Signs that your condensate pan is leaking include moisture or water underneath the air handler unit. The air conditioner creates a lot of condensation that accumulates in the pan below the air handler.
Moisture creates a suitable environment for the growth of biological contaminants that can clog the drains. Bugs and pests can get into the line from the outside and cause clogging. This causes the pan to overflow, leading to water damage.
Dirty AC Blowers
Air contaminants can clog your filters leading to dirt or dust clogging the blowers. Replacing your air filters once a month can help to improve the airflow in your vents. Having clean blowers improves the quality of your indoor air.
Blower Motor Failure
If the blower motor is not working properly, then your air handler will not work properly. Various things can cause this, including bad relay, run capacitor, control board, the blower itself, or the blower wheel. Contact qualified service technicians can help diagnose the cause and fix the problem.
Franks Air conditioning offers 24-hour air conditioning repair, installation and maintenance services. We maximize the efficiency and effectiveness of your HVAC system while increasing your family`s comfort. Contact Franks Air conditioning today for all your HVAC solutions.
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