One of the common issues that every homeowner experience is their air conditioning blowing warm air. It can be extremely annoying that your aircon makes you sweat, especially during the severe hot weather. Here’s a look at the causes of why you’re still sweating even after your aircon is turned on.
Your aircon is clogged with dirt
Your aircon will develop layers of dirt, dust and even mould within its filter, preventing it from working smoothly if you fail to clean it at least once every three months. In addition to this, a dirty filter can not only cause poor airflow but it can also freeze up your aircon’s unit evaporator coil. The primary function of an evaporator coil is absorbing the heat from the air in your home.
It is recommended you to book our Aircon Chemical Cleaning periodically so your aircon will provide you with cool and healthy air.
The refrigerant is leaking
Refrigerant is a chemical used that cycles through an air conditioner, it changes the liquid to gas as it absorbs and releases heat from your room. Once your refrigerant is leaking, then your room cannot be cooled and it can negatively impact your health! You will notice strange noises coming from your aircon such as hissing or bubbling noises if your refrigerant is leaking.
In this situation, you should book an expert to diagnose and resolve your ac problem as soon as possible in order to reduce the possibility of getting sick from your aircon.
Aircon compressor is filthy
The compressor is a very vital part in the aircon unit and it is usually positioned outside the house. It works by compressing the refrigerants to regulate their airflow within the cooling unit. If the aircon compressor is blocked by leaves, insects or debris, it may get damaged and prevent your aircon work efficiently.
Therefore, we recommend booking our aircon service regularly to get your aircon compressor cleaned.
Getting your aircon servicing regularly is an ideal solution to prevent your aircon from blowing hot air. Book our Kaodim Wall-mounted Aircon Chemical Servicing now and you’ll be entitled to a reservice if unsatisfied.