Although you may think that having a frozen evaporator coil means you’re receiving frigid, cold air conditioning throughout your home, it actually means the opposite. Having a frozen air conditioner means your house isn’t being cooled down properly and can leave you feeling humid and uncomfortable. Running your AC with a frozen coil can make it worse, so the first thing you should do is turn your system off. Here are a few reasons why your air conditioner might freeze up.
Leaving your system frozen and running for long periods of time can cause long-term damage to your air conditioner. For professional help when your air conditioner freezes up, contact Go Green! Our team of experienced technicians has your AC repair covered.
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Our technician, Mike was great! Went above and beyond to answer all my questions as well as doing a very efficient job.
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After receiving a ridiculously high quote from the HVAC company sent out by our home warranty, my husband wanted a second opinion. Our technician Mike was thorough and honest about what needed repair. Not only was the diagnosis much simpler, so was the price. Mike got the repair done quickly and was very professional. We’ll definitely be calling Go Green again.
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