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Air Conditioner Coil Repair & Replacement in Denver

Serving Denver, Aurora, Centennial, Littleton, and More

The fan coil is the indoor component of your air conditioner or heat pump system. It includes the fan and the heating and cooling coil–the component responsible for carrying the refrigerant responsible for cooling your home.

Each type of fan coil is designed for a specific type of refrigerant and therefore must match the brand of your air conditioning system. If your air conditioning system has stopped cooling, the coils are a likely culprit. Grand Home Services can diagnose your air conditioning system’s ailments and provide affordable air conditioner coil repair or replacement in Denver and the surrounding metro region.

Air Conditioner Coil Repair & Replacement

Your air conditioner coils can malfunction for a number of reasons. One of the most common causes of air conditioner coils needing repair or replacement is frozen pipes as a result of dirty or blocked air filter. When your filter becomes too dirty, your air conditioner’s air flow is decreased, causing it to work harder, and occasionally, for the refrigerant coils to freeze. Another common cause is when the fan itself stops working, allowing the coils to become too cold–causing them to freeze and break.

At Grand Home Services, we can repair or replace your fan coil unit to get your air conditioning system back up and running as quickly as possible.

How Air Conditioner Fan Coils Work

An air conditioner’s fan coil works by receiving cold water from a central plant. Then the fan coil circulates water through a coil to cool an area via heat transfer.

Generally, there are two types of fan coil units: two-pipe fan coils and four-pipe fan coils. A two-pipe system has one pipe for supply and and for return. On a four-pipe system, the fan coil has two supply pipes and two return pipes–allowing different parts of a building to be cooled at different levels simultaneously.

Your air conditioner’s output can be controlled by controlling the speed of the fan, the flow of water in the coil, by turning the coils on and off, or by cycling the fan. For many┬áhomes, these features can be controlled individually via your thermostat.

Schedule AC Coil Repair or Replacement in Denver Today

If you live in the Denver metro area, and need to have your air conditioner coils repaired or replaced, call Grand Home Services today. Our trained HVAC technicians are experts in AC coil repair and replacement services and can diagnose and repair any problem you may be having with your cooling system.