Have you been struggling with an air conditioner that doesn’t provide sufficient airflow? That just won’t do on these warm spring days!

Whipple Service Champions, a leading provider of HVAC, plumbing, and electrical services, is committed to keeping your home comfortable and safe. For over 70 years, we have proudly served our communities with high-quality home services at an affordable price. Our technicians are always here to help with 24/7 plumbing and HVAC services.

Here we will review some of the factors that can contribute to weak airflow coming from your AC:

Dirty or Clogged Air Filter

If your air conditioner’s air filter is not changed on a regular basis, it becomes blocked by the accumulation of dirt and debris. This excess build-up of contaminants can prevent your air conditioner from providing sufficient airflow as it cools the home.

Replacing your air filter is critical not only for preventing low airflow but also for maintaining healthy indoor air quality. A neglected air filter can also lead to other issues down the road if not addressed in a timely manner.

Frozen Evaporator Coil

The evaporator coil may also be the cause of weak airflow in your home. When functioning correctly, warm air passes over the coil to get cool before it is circulated back into the house. If the evaporator coil freezes, the air is restricted from passing over the coils and going through the ductwork to cool the house. There are several causes for a frozen evaporator coil, including a blocked air filter, a build-up of dirt on the coils, and a refrigerant leak.

Leaking or Blocked Air Duct

A significant leak or obstruction in your ductwork can also lead to a decrease in airflow. It is important to note that air ducts typically do not become blocked instantly. The process takes time, and if you experience a sudden drop in airflow from the air conditioner, blocked air ducts are probably not the cause of the problem.

An Issue With the Blower

Finally, an issue with the blower itself can cause a noticeable drop in airflow when using your air conditioner. The blower, which is located inside your air conditioning unit, utilizes a system of fans to push air through the ductwork and into the home. If this key component of your air conditioner is not working correctly, you will require the help of a professional HVAC technician to evaluate and repair the unit. 

Find Your Flow With Whipple Service Champions

Whipple Service Champions is a premier air conditioning company located in Salt Lake City, and we provide a wide range of HVAC and plumbing services. If you are having any issues with airflow from your air conditioning unit, contact Whipple Service Champions to schedule an appointment!