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Yes, Your Ductless System Needs Repairs Too!

Ductless systems are great for a number of reasons—they’re efficient, effective, and can provide year-round comfort with just the flip of a switch! Of course, if you own one of these systems, you are likely well aware of the benefits, but just because these systems offer so many of them, does not mean they are immune to repairs.

Ductless systems, like all HVAC systems in Palmyra, VA, require repairs from time to time, and in fact, ductless systems have their own set of unique repair needs. So for your convenience and peace of mind, we have listed some of the issues that your system may experience over the years. Keep reading below to find out more! 

Be On the Lookout For…

If you own a ductless system, it is important that you are aware of the following repairs:

Water Leaks Behind the Air Handler

Each of your wall-mounted air handlers has a series of connections routed through a hole behind them. These connections include a power line, a refrigerant line, and a condensate line. The condensate line is responsible for removing water from the cooling process so that it doesn’t enter your home. Though they’re pretty sound most of the time, these lines may leak, causing water to collect between the back of the air handler and the wall.

If this issue goes unnoticed for an extended period of time, your wall material may begin to weaken, causing the air handler to rip away and fall. Not only will you have to replace the broken air handler, but you will also have to deal with the cost of repairing your damaged wall. Therefore, it is important to call for repairs if you notice any signs of water!

Broken Air Handlers

Every now and again, one of the air handlers in your home may break down. This issue can be due to a number of things, including a failed motor, a broken fan, or even an electrical error. Of course, this issue can be quite annoying, as the space that the air handler is located in might start to feel a bit uncomfortable without the flow of conditioned air.

But, there is one positive! When one of your air handlers breaks, the remaining ones will continue to operate just fine! You can simply walk into another room to cool off during a hot summer day!

Refrigerant Leaks

Yes, a refrigerant leak can happen with any type of air conditioning systems, however, ductless systems are more at risk simply because they’ve got more refrigerant lines running through them. Therefore, it is important to keep a close eye out for any signs of a leak!

There are a few signs that suggest you’ve got a refrigerant leak somewhere in your system. These include a loss of cooling or heating power, a frozen evaporator coil, and strange hissing sounds. If you notice any, be sure to call for repairs right away!

To schedule your repair services, contact the team at Mack Morris Heating & Air Conditioning. 

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