Frozen Air Conditioner Unit, Arizona

Arizona AC Unit has Frozen
Arizona, Tempe, Phoenix, Gilbert, Mesa, AZ

You might be surprised at how often Arizona AC units fail due to ice build-up on the coils. Restricted air flow from dirty or clogged air return filters can cause ice to form on the coils. Once ice begins to form, it will continue to accumulate as long as the cooling system is running. This photograph (taken today) shows just how much ice can build-up and completely restrict air flow! The coils need plenty of free air flow around them to prevent this from happening. The best remedy is to make sure you change all filters regularly.

The other culprit for freezing Air Conditioning coils in Arizona is a low refrigerant level. When refrigerant levels are too low, the system has to work harder and stay on longer allowing more time for ice to form. Make sure to have your system checked each year for refrigerant levels and other potential problems.

Arizona AC units tend to freeze up more often during the higher humidity levels of the monsoon season. Now is the perfect time for an AC system tune-up! Call Rainforest Plumbing & Air to schedule service today - 602-253-9376.

Protect your commercial property from flood damage

Leaking Pipe | Broken Water Heater Pipe | Flood cause by Water Heater Leak
Arizona, Tempe, Mesa, Gilbert, Phoenix, AZ

Have you ever got a phone call in the middle of the night with a tenant telling you they have a leaking water heater pipe? Even just a little water from a leaking pipe can cause extensive damage to your property. Many times what causes the water damage is from the pipes of an appliance, like a water heater, washing machine, dish washer, ice maker or sink. Protect your floors, carpets and furniture from water damage and prevent water leaks with FloodStop.

The FloodStop water leak detection system works by detecting a water leak using a sensor and automatically shutting off the supply at its source using a motorized ball valve. This is a smart way to protect your business from flood damage associated with a plumbing leak. Designed for both residential and commercial, if a property appliance should begin to leak, the sensor tells the water valve to close and alert you with an alarm.

Don't wait until it's too late. Many property managers will have a FloodStop System installed after they have experienced a damaging water leak on their property. Don't take the risk. Prevent flood damage and avoid costly repairs by calling a professional plumber and have this product installed.