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Providing low pressure sales and high quality service since 1975, we’ve been exceeding expectations in comfort and efficiency by designing, engineering, installing, servicing, and maintaining residential and light commercial air conditioning systems.
We are your local Trane® Comfort Specialist! This means we are committed to being the best. Not every dealer qualifies as a Trane® Comfort Specialist, only those that meet Trane®‘s standards and demonstrate a commitment to customer satisfaction and continuing education.
Granbury AC repair specialist Jeff McKenzie is the owner of Glenn Aire Company, a local, family-owned business in Granbury, TX for over 40 years. We service all brands of air conditioning and heating equipment.
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A freeze up is when a layer of ice forms on the outside of your AC unit. Whether you have a window unit or a central air system the causes and effects of this, as well as the solutions, are the same. The ice build up on your AC unit creates an inability to cool effectively, and puts stress on the compressor, which in time can lead to a costly repair or the need for a replacement compressor.
There could be a number or reasons for this, at Glenn Aire Company we would like to walk you through a few.
Insufficient Air Flow
Anything that restricts the air flow in your unit will cause the system’s evaporator coil to freeze up. There are a few reasons that air may not be flowing efficiently. The most common problem is a dirty air filter. If you are running your AC unit continuously, we recommend replacing or cleaning the air filter once a month. Other air flow problems include blocked or closed ducts and vents, a faulty fan and/or dirt on the evaporator coils. Evaporator coils need regular cleaning, we recommend this once a season.
Low on Freon
Another thing that causes an AC freeze up is low refrigerant or Freon. This causes a drop in pressure in the evaporator coil which then allows moisture in the air to accumulate and freeze on the coil. Low refrigerant or Freon is caused by a leak. If the cause of your freeze up is a low refrigerant you need to contact Glenn Aire Company and one of our certified technicians will assist in the repair. This includes finding and repairing the leak and refilling your refrigerant levels.
Air conditioners are designed to run in a specific temperature range. Most of them will not run well below 60°F. Often a freeze up occurs because night-time temperatures are dropping too low for the unit to function properly. When the air is too cool the pressure inside the system will drop and will cause a freeze up.
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If you are in Granbury, Burleson or Weatherford or any of the surrounding communities, we are here to serve you. Visit our service area page for more coverage details, call our office at 817-736-1012, or request service online today.