We’ve talked before about the problem of refrigerant leaking from an air conditioning system. We’ve also talked about why you don’t want to see ice forming on your AC. This post meets halfway between those two: we’re talking about leaks, and we’re talking about water. Refrigerant isn’t the only liquid that may leak from an air conditioner. You might see water leaking from your indoor AC cabinet. Why does this happen and is it a reason to call us for air conditioning repair in Shreveport, LA? We’ll answer those questions below.
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Air conditioning systems are marvelous devices. For centuries, people had methods to add heat to their homes but didn’t have a standard method to cool them down. Mechanical air conditioning was invented in the early 20th century but didn’t start to have a significant impact on homes until the 1950s. Now it’s hard for us to imagine making it through a summer without using the cooling power of ACs.
You may have wondered about the performance of your own air conditioning system. For example, how cool can an AC make a house? There must be an upper limit, but what is it? We’ll look at these questions in this post because this knowledge can help you understand how best to run your AC and set the thermostat.