Many mistakenly assume it is outside air that is cooled and circulated throughout the home. In reality, however, indoor air is recirculated. How does this occur? All air conditioning systems, such as Mitsubishi and Bryant heating and air conditioning units, remove hot air and inject cool air into your home in a similar way:
Still Not Sure Where the Air Comes From?
Hopefully, you change your air filter regularly. If you do, you know where your air return is located. This is where air from your home is collected before it is whisked away to be cooled and recirculated by the seemingly mystical combination of components and refrigerant described above. This is why changing your air filter is so important. Dirt from the filter can likewise soil system components – and the air you breathe – making it essential to stay on top of air filter maintenance. Without this simple maintenance, airflow is reduced, and system components become increasingly soiled. Eventually, this will result in the need for professional cleaning and maintenance. In extreme cases, this can also cause your system to overheat, putting excess strain on system components, which could become permanently damaged.
Air conditioning system in your home not quite cooling things off the way it used to? When was the last time you scheduled professional cleaning and maintenance services? Clear the air with the help of H & H Heating & Air Conditioning today.