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Insufficient Cooling

Ductless mini-splits provide unrivaled indoor heating and cooling efficiency. Similar to other HVAC systems, your ductless mini-split might occasionally need repair services. Here are tell-tale indicators that the ductless mini-split in your Fayetteville, NC, house needs fixing:

Insufficient Cooling

Essentially, the ductless indoor air handlers should provide efficient temperature regulation throughout your rooms. When your ductless mini-split fails to meet the desired cooling output, you should consult an HVAC expert.

Reasons for poor air conditioning include old age, reversing valve problems and electrical faults. Additionally, insufficient cooling could be due to motor malfunction, fan failure or dust collection in the air filters. HVAC specialists have the skills to diagnose your system and repair it. As a result, they can restore efficiency and comfort.

Increased Hypersensitivity

Increased allergic reactions among your household members could be another sign that you need to call an HVAC expert. The ductless system’s efficiency, to a significant extent, affects the air quality within your rooms.

Well-functioning air filters trap harmful air allergens and irritants circulating within your living space. An HVAC contractor can provide professional air filter replacement services to restore fresh, healthy air for your house.

Refrigerant Leaks

You should be on the lookout for refrigerant leaks around your ductless mini-split. Leaking refrigerant lines could cause your entire system to shut down. Ductless mini-splits are highly vulnerable to such leaks since they have more refrigerant lines.

Common signs that your system is leaking refrigerant include frozen evaporator coils, hissing noises and reduced air conditioning capability. Preventive maintenance helps you avoid costly repairs due to refrigerant leaks. Make sure to seek repair services immediately once you spot leaking refrigerant lines.

Ice Accumulation

Excessive ice formation in the ductless system occurs as the condensate freezes on the evaporator coils. Continued ice buildup bends the evaporator coils, resulting in airflow issues. Ice accumulation could also cause unexpected breakdowns, making temperature control less efficient.

Contact Bass Air Conditioning Company for expert ductless system installation, replacement and maintenance. We’ll make your household’s comfort our priority.

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