Chances are if your HVAC unit looks like a robotic iceberg, it’s because of the harsh, winter weather that’s rocking the nation right now. But believe it or not, your HVAC unit can get that way even in the hottest parts of the year, especially if you’re not taking care of it.
Here are just a few of the most common ways air conditioners can freeze up on their owners.
If there’s an issue with the unit’s refrigeration, then it’s obviously going to freeze up. Whether it’s because the unit is leaking or because it’s low on refrigerant, the HVAC unit’s evaporator coils will experience a drop in pressure, which will then allow moisture to get in, freeze, and accumulate. If you find that you’re cleaning air conditioning coils of ice in the summer, the refrigerant is p Continue reading “Three Ways an HVAC Unit Can Freeze Even in Summer”