Are you replacing the freon in your air conditioning unit each year or even more than once every year? That isn't normal, and it means that you have a leak.
If your air conditioning unit has a freon leak, there are a few ways you can go about solving the issue.
One solution is replacing your freon when it needs it. However, this is not the recommended route to go.
We have a few ways to identify and repair the leak on your unit; however, we won't know the extent of the leak until we can take a look at it.
Depending on the severity of the leak, the age of the unit, and your budget, we might need to recommend replacing the air conditioner. Though this does have a higher upfront cost than adding freon or repairing the unit, it can help you save money in the long run.
With a new unit, you won't have to worry about leaks, and the newer systems are much more energy-efficient!
If you are replacing freon in your AC or if your air just isn't cooling your home enough, contact us today to schedule an appointment!