The condenser coil is one of two coils in your air conditioning or heat pump system, in which heat is removed from the refrigerant. Once the refrigerant is pressurized and heated in the compressor, it enters the condenser coil. The refrigerant will transfer its heat into the air blowing over it, cool and turn into liquid. The air around the coil will warm and blow outside the unit.
When the condenser coil is dirty, the system will run inefficiently due to higher temperatures and pressure and result in higher compression ratios.
A condenser coil will cost between $400 – $1200 to replace, although regional pricing and professional rates may vary from area to area.
Air conditioners remove heat and humidity from the air in your home and place it outside to reach your desired indoor temperature. Central AC cools your entire home, while ductless AC cools just one portion or room in your home.
The evaporator coil is the component of your heat pump or air conditioner that absorbs heat and moisture from the air inside your home. It then works with the condenser coil to produce cool air and complete the heat exchange cycle.
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