When a condensate line gets blocked, condensation (water) flows into the emergency drip pan instead of outside from the drain line. If allowed to continue or worsen, the condensate lines will become damaged and eventually begin to leak water inside the attic or walls of your home causing property damage.
Give us a call to request an estimate. We’ll survey the damage and let you know how much it will cost to fix or replace your condensate system.
If you can safely get a good look at your condensation drip pan and it looks rusty, orange, or corroded, chances are you either have a:
If there is water clearly leaking from the drip pan, or it is overflowing and entering your home, drywall, or ceiling, it’s time to schedule an emergency service call.
If so, your drip pan may be full and the overflow defense mechanism called the float switch is kicking the air conditioner off to prevent water damage in your home. Although a clogged condensate line will not affect your air conditioning unit’s ability to cool, this safety mechanism may (annoyingly) prevent the indoor air temperatures from getting as cool as you would like.
Some of the most common ac leak problems require the following replacement and repair services:
Call today to schedule a quote for repairs to service your air conditioning unit system
Because many of our customers have repair needs that are time-sensitive, we proudly offer 24/7 emergency services! Simply call us or fill out our contact form today to get started, and we can quickly get your home back to pristine condition.