Integrity Air Conditioning Same Day Air Conditioning Service

Integrity Air Conditioning Techs Make It a Cooler Day for a Mesquite Customer!

We were called out to look at a leaky evaporator for a residential customer in Mesquite. Our techs found the evaporator coil in the 2.5 ton central A/C was leaking badly; the coil needed replacement.

In some cases, the evaporator coil must be ordered; so it can take more than one day to complete the repair.

However one of our resourceful technicians was able to find the coil locally and picked it up. He was able to complete the evaporator coil replacement – same day!

Another exciting day at Integrity Air Conditioning – keeping Dallas cool one home and business at a time!

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Air Conditioner 101: What is an Evaporator Coil?

The evaporator coil works with the indoor unit, functioning with the air conditioner or heat pump to cool and condition indoor air that flows over it by drawing out heat and moisture.

The coil, also known as an evaporator coil or an indoor coil, is the unsung hero of any home heating or cooling system. Its job, heat transfer, is one of the most important factors in achieving heating and cooling efficiencies that keep your home comfortable all year long.

How It Works

An evaporator coil is located indoors and is either installed with your furnace or as part of your air handler. Inside the coil, the refrigerant evaporates as it absorbs heat from the indoor air that passes over it. The coil essentially serves as a “heat exchanger,” working with your heating system in the winter and your cooling system in the summer.

Keep Your Evaporator Coil Clean

A dirty indoor coil lowers the efficiency and performance of your total system. To keep your system operating at design performance, have your coil cleaned regularly. Indoor coils are often dirty because they’re usually so difficult to access.

From https://www.trane.com/residential/en/resources/glossary/what-is-a-coil.html