When air conditioning installers hook up your new air conditioner, they seldom explain the function to you. You will often hear the technician suggest giving the company a call if you experience any problems. Gentry Heating, Inc serving the Morganton, NC area has air conditioning installers that will explain the function of each component so you will know how and why the unit works. 

The first function the air conditioning installers will explain is the inside blower unit. The air conditioner pulls inside air through a filter. The filter captures debris. This keeps the inside blower unit and evaporator coils clean. The air passes over the coils, which are filled with cold refrigerant. The difference in temperature causes condensation to form. This drips to a drain pan and is pumped outside. This is the process of dehumidifying the air. As the air flows over the evaporator coils, the heat from the air passes into the refrigerant. The cold air is blown into the ducts and delivered to the house. 

The air conditioning installers will tell you the warmed refrigerant is pumped to the condenser coils outside. The function of this unit is simple. In the condenser coils, a fan similar to a car’s radiator fan, comes on and cools the refrigerant. When cool, it goes back to the reservoir. The pump motor must be maintained for the system to work properly. Nothing should be stacked on top of the unit. All debris and plants should be kept clear of the unit’s case. In the summer, provide the unit shade so the air conditioner will not have to work as hard. This uses less electricity, which saves money. 

The function of the air conditioner ducting system is to allow the cooled air to travel to you’re the rooms of your house. Since dust, dirt and other debris will accumulate inside the ducts, they should be cleaned on an annual basis. Gentry Heating, Inc serving the Morganton, NC area can maintain your air conditioner and ducts. They are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.