Auto A/C (Air Conditioning) & Heating Service
Your car’s air conditioning (A/C) system maintains the temperature and humidity within the passenger compartment for optimum comfort. It is divided into two sides, known as the high side and the low side. The compressor, beginning at the high side, functions like a pump, moving refrigerant through the system. The expansion valve, which begins at the low side, restricts refrigerant flow, lowering the pressure and the temperature of the refrigerant.
Over time, seals, o-rings, and hoses wear, and fittings can become loose. The result? Refrigerant leaks, which take a toll on your comfort — and the environment. Worse yet, leaks can damage other components, like the compressor and evaporator. Early detection will save you time and money.