Air Handler Repair
What is an Air Handler?
What is an Air Handler? An air handler contains the components that move the air throughout your home, called the blower. It is usually set inside the home and operates with both the heating and cooling components of your HVAC system. If you take a quick glance at an air handler, it might closely resemble a furnace.
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Your air handler assists in regulating the circulation of indoor air and the temperature of the air in your home that you have set on your thermostat or control system. Your air handler consists of an evaporator coil, blower motor, air filter and the electrical and electronic components required to deliver enhanced levels of indoor comfort.
Coil: The indoor coil or evaporator coil is a crucial component of the refrigeration cycle.
- When your home requires cool indoor air, the coil is cold and removes humidity as the indoor air passes over it. This makes the conditioned air feel cooler throughout your home.
- When your home requires warm indoor air, the coil is warm and transfers heat to the air that passes over it. This makes the conditioned air feel warmer throughout your home.
An inadequate amount of air flow in the supply vents, return vents or ductwork may reduce the HVAC system’s balance which can potentially cheat you out of your equipment’s efficiency and sacrifice your indoor comfort.
The factory-trained technicians from Sledge Total Protection have the experience, product knowledge and commitment to design a system to perfectly match your expectations for efficiency, performance and budget. Through skilled and meticulous installation, our team will get the most out of your energy dollar, allowing you to maintain luxurious indoor temperatures without suffering the consequences of high utility bills. We not only take pride in completing your project quickly, neatly and perfectly, we’re available for seasonal maintenance to keep your system operating at peak capacity.
Peace of mind for you and your family.
Sledge Total Protection has been repairing Air Handlers in Maryland, Washington, DC and Virginia for more than 20 years.