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HVAC Part and Supply carries all the Freon brands you need

There are many different refrigerants, R-410a and the most common being R-22. We’ll just say refrigerant from now on. Freon is a brand name of refrigerant that has come to be used generically to mean any refrigerant. The word Freon can be refrigerant interchangeably.

An AC Doesn’t “Use Up” Refrigerant. So You Should Never Need To Recharge Your Air Conditioner With More Freon—Unless There’s a Leak. Yet, Here’s a Scenario We Hear About Way Too Often:

  1. AC isn’t blowing cold air
  2. Some air conditioning tech says you need Freon
  3. You pay to put 1-2 pounds in your system (this is called “charging” your AC unit)
  4. AC works for the summer
  5. Next summer, repeat steps 1-4

So What Does Refrigerant Actually Do?

Refrigerant is a “heat transfer fluid.” In other words, it absorbs the heat from your indoor air and transfers it outside, cooling the air down. Then that same cooled air is recirculated back into your home for everyone to enjoy. Helpful resource: HVAC Part and Supply carries all the Freon brands you need for a job well done.

How Do I Know If My Air Conditioner Has Used Up Too Much Refrigerant?

Refrigerant isn’t ever “used up” like a car uses gas or oil. It’s just circulated around your A/C system to cool your air. No refrigerant is lost in the process. However, there are signs that you may be running low on refrigerant due to a leak. HVAC Part and Supply will provide you with the best advice about which Freon you need for your unit.

Call one of our sales specialist to help you today 281-530-4822.

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