An air conditioning condenser is essential to a central air conditioning system. An AC condenser unit will usually consist of a heat exchanger, a compressor, and a fan. The heat exchanger cools and condenses the incoming refrigerant vapor into liquid, the compressor raises the pressure of the refrigerant and forces it to move and the fan blows the outer air through the heat exchanger. This results in a cooling of the refrigerant inside the home AC condenser. A central AC condenser is typically located outside the home with a layer of tubing between it and the building that ushers vapor refrigerant in and pulls liquid refrigerant out.

There are many factors that may keep your Northridge air conditioning condenser from running efficiently, which can keep your home from being as cool as you want it to be and cause unnecessary expenses on your electric bill. Cleaning your condenser unit is often all it takes, which should be part of your annual maintenance service. Or if components of the system are not functioning properly, AC condenser repair may be necessary to make your home comfortable and energy-efficient again.

Replacing your air conditioner condenser unit may also be the best option if your unit is beyond repair or if it is unable to meet today’s energy efficiency standards. The team of skilled technicians at American AC Heat Plumbing are prepared to replace your Northridge air conditioning condenser units for homes of all shapes and sizes in the greater Northridge area. We can provide detailed information about the AC condensers that are available, install the unit with the utmost professionalism, and provide all the maintenance and repair services you need to keep it running smoothly and efficiently. American AC Heat Plumbing have been Northridge Air Conditioning experts since 1981! For more information, call us at +1 (310) 419-8902.


James Smith

As you can tell from our humble beginnings in 1981, we began as a family-owned business and stayed a locally owned air conditioning and heating company in Los Angeles county for nearly 40 years.