The flow of air in your Charlotte, North Carolina, home is vital for both comfort and temperature regulation. There are a number of different problems that can cause airflow issues. Here are the top three most common reasons for poor airflow:

Blocked Condenser Unit

The exterior unit of your HVAC system contains the condenser unit. It’s responsible for pulling air into the HVAC system. If there’s anything blocking the unit, it can impede that air intake. As a result, it’ll lead to reduced airflow and potentially overheat the unit A blocked condenser unit can happen whether it’s indoors, like in your garage, or outside your home. Keep all debris away from the unit and the area around it.

Clogged Filter

Filters are one of your HVAC system’s best defenses against debris getting into your home’s air supply. The filter acts by pushing air through the fibers and trapping any dirt. If the filter becomes too clogged, air can’t get through effectively. This leads to reduced airflow as well as reduced energy efficiency as your system works hard to push air through. As a result, you’ll strain the system and pay higher energy bills.

Changing your filter on a monthly basis prevents clogs. It’ll help improve indoor air quality and keep the air flowing through your home.

Refrigerant Leaks

Refrigerant works to cool the air in your HVAC system. It’s an important part of the climate control process.

Without refrigerant, your air conditioner cannot adjust the temperature of the air. This can also lead to issues with airflow. Refrigerant leaks often occur without obvious signs. That’s why it’s vital to get a professional to inspect your AC system periodically.

Dealing with airflow issues in your home? Call the experts at Bradham Brothers, Inc. by calling (704) 912-1456 today to set up an appointment!

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