Brrrrrr… Talking Freon



By Cumberland Valley Heating and Air Conditioning 

 

An Air Conditioner’s Special Ingredient 

It’s hot. We know. Cumberland Valley Heating and Air Conditioning can help you with your air conditioner needs, but first, we would like to offer our consumers a useful tidbit of information about air conditioning and how it works.

We know what an air conditioner does, but what actually makes it do what it does?

Freon. 

Freon is the cooling agent used in most air conditioning units. Every air conditioner needs refrigerant that creates the cool air. And that is the role of Freon.

Freon is not an actual product but rather, it is a name given for a group of chemicals that are a stable, nonflammable, moderately toxic gas or liquid that make up refrigerant.

Freon is a necessary component for optimal performance for any air conditioner unit, but it is important for professionals like Cumberland Valley Heating and Air Conditioning to only handle the execution of recharging the system. Cumberland Valley Heating and Air Conditioning technicians will first examine your system and determine how much Freon is needed for a full recharge.

Keep your air conditioner running at peak performance during what is likely to be another hot summer. Call Cumberland Valley Heating and Air Conditioning at 301-739-3830 for all of your air conditioner needs!

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