Why is my air conditioner leaking water?
Why is My Air Conditioner Leaking water?
A little water coming from your air conditioner is normal. The dehumidifying process of the air conditioner often causes some condensation, but pooling or leaking water can mean there is a problem. Your air conditioner will not run as efficiently as it could if there is water pooling, meaning your home is probably not the temperature you would like it to be. These are two very good reasons why you would want to address the leaks: saving energy and comfort.
A few things may be going on with your air conditioning unit, which could cause excess water leakage.
A Maki service technician will check your unit to be sure the condenser pump is not broken. If the pump is in proper working order, then it could be the motor or condenser itself. He will be able to determine what the specific source of the problem is.
An improperly installed air conditioner unit can leak water. Check to see if the unit is level, if it is not then water can begin to pool. This could be a very simple fix.
If you are concerned about the amount of water coming from your air conditioning unit, give us a call! We will be happy to make sure your unit is running as efficiently as possible, saving you energy while keeping you comfortable.