Low refrigerant levels are very common and should
be adjusted to proper levels immediately. To properly adjust Freon levels
our technicians will use the super heat method that is recommended
by most manufacturers. In order for this to be effective your evaporator
coils will need to be very clean. Also, low refrigerant levels are
most likely caused by a Freon leak some where in the system.
Symptoms of low refrigerant are:
Low refrigerant may also cause equipment to over heat and compressors
to burn out prematurely.
It is a good practice to have freon levels checked yearly and catch
any problems before costly damage occurs.
- poor or no cooling
- Iced evaporator coil
- Iced suction line