A common misconception about refrigerant, also called Freon, is that it evaporates inside your AC system. This is not the case. The fact is, if you are low on refrigerant it is probably because of a leak in your evaporator coil. If the leak cannot be repaired, then the coil that is leaking must be replaced. Then refrigerant can be added to the system.
At Infinity Air Solutions In Hoover, AL, we offer Freon recharge and replacement and AC refrigerant leak repair when you need it. Our 24-hour emergency service is the most reliable in the city, offering licensed HVAC professionals and honest, straightforward prices.
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Detecting a Refrigerant Leak in Your AC System
Know what to look for early detection before the leak can do more damage to your AC system. Refrigerant leaks usually happen around the AC vents. A hissing noise from your HVAC system means you have a Freon leak. Other clues that point to a refrigerant leak are:
- AC does not produce cool air
- Hissing sounds near the unit
- Frozen evaporator coils
- Higher utility bill
At Infinity Air Solutions, your safety is our number one priority. When you have refrigerant issues with your air conditioning system, we can be at your home within minutes to evaluate and repair the refrigerant leak quickly and properly.
Freon Leak Repair Specialists
If your AC unit requires Freon recharge, it means you have a leak! In the case of more than one leak, repairing it is crucial. Freon leaks are most often found in the l evaporator coils, condenser coils, and line sets. Finding the Freon leak is tricky, so be sure to hire a Freon leak repair expert to do the job. Call Infinity Air Solutions for code-compliant solutions to your AC refrigerant leaks.
Routine evaporator coil cleaning will keep your AC free of refrigerant leaks!
Need to Recharge a Freon Leak? Think Again!
Recharging your AC system with more Freon will not fix a Freon leak. It will continue to leak until the hole in the coil is repaired. To do that, you must either find and repair the opening or replace the damaged coil. At Infinity Air Solutions, we have been repairing refrigerant leaks for more than ten years. We will tell you if the evaporator coil that is leaking can be repaired or replaced. We will go over all your options so you can make the best choice. Our team has the experience and knowledge it takes to spot the refrigerant leak and repair it so you will never have to deal with refrigerant leaks again.