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If you happen to own a ductless HVAC system, then know just how awesome they are. Not only are they highly efficient and effective, but they also take up very little space and can provide year-round comfort with just the flip of a switch!
But, unfortunately, no matter how great your ductless system is, eventually, it is going to require repairs. In fact, ductless systems come with their own set of unique repair needs, some of which we have outlined for you below. So, what are you waiting for? Keep reading to find out more and remember to call us for your heating repairs in Colorado Springs.
Like we mentioned above, there are a number of repairs unique to ductless systems. Here are a few of them:
Each of your wall-mounted air handlers as 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. However, these lines may leak, and if they do, water will start to collect between the back of the air handler and the wall.
If this issue isn’t addressed right away, your wall material may begin to weaken, causing the air handler to rip away and fall to the floor. Not only will you have to replace the broken air handler, but you will also have to deal with the cost of repairing your wall. So, if you notice any signs of water near your air handler, be sure to contact a professional ASAP.
Occasionally, you may find that one of your air handlers have stopped working properly. This can be due to any number of things, including a failed motor, an electrical issue, or even a damaged fan. When your air handler isn’t working as it should, it can definitely make that area of your home feel quite uncomfortable… but, there is good news!
When one of your air handlers stops working, the rest of the air handlers in your home will continue to run. This means that you can simply go to another room in your house to keep cool during the summer!
Yes, a refrigerant leak is a common issue faced by all types of air conditioning systems, however, ductless systems are a little more vulnerable, as they’ve simply got more refrigerant lines running through the system. Therefore, it is important to be on the lookout for signs of a refrigerant leak to avoid a full-system breakdown. These signs include:
If you notice any signs of a refrigerant leak, be sure to contact a professional right away!
Ready to schedule your ductless system repairs? All you have to do is contact the team at Peak Home Performance today to get started! Guaranteed Comfort & Affordability.