The condenser is an integral part of your HVAC system, but what exactly does it do?


Well, essentially, it is the component that is responsible for the cooling down and condensing the refrigerant vapor into liquid. If it stops working, it is going to stop the whole system from running correctly, so it is something that needs ongoing care and maintenance.


The condenser is made up of various parts: motor, fans, tubes, coils, circuit board and compressor, and it only takes for one of these parts to stop working for the whole system to shut down. The good news is that most homeowners can find and fix minor issues quite quickly.


One of the biggest issues that cause a condenser breakdown is debris. It is usually outside of the home, which means that it is not uncommon for it to get clogged up with leaves and grass and other garden dirt. If your air conditioning unit is not cooling your home quite as efficiently as it should, this should be the very first thing that you check.


In other cases, it is time to call us to get to the bottom of your condenser issues. We have many years of experience in maintaining, servicing, repairing and replacing every component of an HVAC system. Our team of accredited heating, cooling, and plumbing specialists will be able to diagnose the problem with your condenser and suggest the best course of action to get your home feeling fresh and comfortable once again.