If you notice your Marietta, GA AC system is not running as well as it normally does, it may be that something is obstructing proper airflow through the system. Let’s go over some of the most common causes of improper air circulation so you can better identify the problem.

1. Problems With Ductwork

If the ductwork has cracks, air may begin to leak out and reduce airflow. Have an expert come and take a close look at the ductwork to see if there are any spots where air may be leaking out.

2. Coils Are Dirty

If dirt is clogging the condenser coil, this can create a buildup of indoor heat. You should clean the coils once in a while because their outdoor location makes them more susceptible to dirt and debris.

3. Refrigerant Leak

Sometimes, particularly with older HVAC systems, there may be an issue with the refrigerant leaking. When this happens, it will reduce the performance of your air conditioner. Regular maintenance can help prevent this problem.

4. Clogged Filters

Air filters require replacement now and then to prevent dirt buildup and loss of performance. Dirty filters can substantially reduce proper airflow and lead to malfunctions.

5. Blocked Duct Runs

The duct runs should normally be set up in a way that they deliver equal airflow throughout the building. If there’s an issue with how the ductwork is set up, this can easily lead to improper airflow.

As it gets warmer outside, air conditioner issues can quickly become a noticeable problem, so it’s important that you don’t wait for it to get worse. Instead, contact E. Smith Heating & Air Conditioning today for professional air conditioner services. Our family-owned, award-winning business has been active since 1962, and our NATE-certified technicians focus on providing top-quality work and earning your trust.

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