Air Conditioners Can Cause Water Damage

In the beautiful sunny Okanagan, we take air conditioning for granted. Only when the AC stops working do we realize that we should have included the air conditioning unit when we did our annual Spring maintenance of our home.

Make sure your Air Conditioning Unit in prime condition as it works hard during these extra hot summer days.  Check the below possibilities should your air conditioner stop working.

  • The condensate drain line is free and clear of any sludge, dirt, or mould.
  • Broken condensate pump will not pump the water from the drain line.
  • Damaged or rusted drain pan if the air conditioner is older.
  • Dirty air filter will block air flow, causing the coils to freeze, and excess water will drip, and pan may not be able to handle the water volume.
  • Low refrigerant will lower the pressure causing coils to freeze, and excess water will drip, and pan may not be able to handle the water volume.

Have an HVAC professional come in and maintain your air conditioner to avoid water damage to your home or business.

Should you have a water damage from your air conditioner, call the professionals at Stutters Disaster Kleenup to take care of your home or business.

We are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year to serve you. Call Stutters at 1-877-763-1540, and one of our trained technicians will come out to get the drying process started right away.

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