After the heating and cooling technician put in a new filter and repaired the HVAC machine, the leaking stopped
When I stepped out of my car, I did not expect to step directly into a puddle. I was confused. It had not rained in a good long while, so where did this water come from? I followed the water trail and it led to the air conditioning system which I saw was slowly dripping water. After mopping up the puddle, I decided that it would be a good idea to call the heating and cooling business close to me. Thankfully, the A/C company was not busy at all, and was able to send out a HVAC specialist the same day. A few hours later, the HVAC worker arrived to look at the issue. Apparently leaking air conditioning units is not exactly uncommon. The cause? A clogged air filter. Apparently you are supposed to replace the air filter every 2 months or so. You might have to replace them more though if you have pets or anything else that can dirty your air filter quickly. I am ashamed to say that I probably only replaced my HEPA air filter every 6 months or so, so it makes sense as to why I would experience this problem. After the heating and cooling technician put in a new filter and repaired the HVAC machine, the leaking stopped. I will definitely have to make sure I replace those air filters more often, because I have had many issues with the cooling unit and I bet that is why. I decided to go ahead and buy air filters from the HVAC company’s website, so that way I will be able to replace it again in 2 months.