Frozen CoilsLow refrigerant level, dirty air filters, and clogged condenser are the ones to blame for ice buildup in your coils. When this happens, your system may break down any moment. To prevent the coils from freezing, we highly recommend the following:
- Any issues on the refrigerant can damage your system and put your health in jeopardy. Contact an HVAC pro to have it checked and fixed if needed.
- Replace your air filters every three months. By doing this, your system will become more efficient, resulting in better indoor air quality and less energy consumption.
- Be sure to check your outdoor unit regularly. Extra loads of dirt, mold, debris, and other external elements can clog your condenser, making it more prone to damage. Be sure to clean it using water or soft brush to remove all visible dirt.