If there is ice on your AC unit, that is a problem. There are multiple reasons why ice forms on your AC coils, and each of them has a different solution. It is time to call the skilled HVAC technicians at Semper Fi Heating and Cooling to diagnose and fix the problem.
If your outside unit has obvious ice formed anywhere on it, you have frozen coils. If your AC is running but the air coming out of the registers is warm, check the outdoor unit to see if ice has formed. Frozen coils can also cause condensation to form on your inside unit. If you see water on the floor around your inside unit, check to see if you have frozen coils outside.
If you have a frozen air conditioning coil, the first thing to do is turn the unit off. Continuing to let it run with the problem can cause compressor failure, and that is an expensive repair. After turning your unit off, give it time to thaw out completely, then turn it back on to see if it is working. It may be working but the problem is not fixed and it will probably freeze again. Your next step is to call a professional service technician at Semper Fi to properly diagnose and repair the problem.
Preventative maintenance in the form of a routine service check by a technician will likely identify a potential coil freeze before it becomes a problem that could cause major damage.
Call the pros at Semper Fi Heating and Cooling to arrange for a planned service agreement and keep your AC running problem-free and efficiently.
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