Your vehicle’s ability to keep you cool is an important part of making you and your passengers comfortable.

To keep your car, truck or van’s air conditioning performing at peak levels, we recommend regular service visits. Without proper maintenance, your car’s air conditioning may be underperforming as much as 5% every year. At JP’s Car Care, we don’t want that to happen to any of our customers! The good news is that with proper servicing, your vehicle’s air conditioning unit can be restored to near new conditions.

If your air conditioning unit is broken, you’ll be pleased to know that we can take care of all aspects of AC repair, from the modern computerized components to waste disposal. Here’s a look at some of the most common maintenance and repair issues our customers face with AC servicing and repair

Compressor: This belt-driven device compacts the refrigerant gas, then moves it into the condenser.

Condenser: This dissipates the heat that the compressed gasses release and condenses the them into liquids.

Receiver: Also known as a drier, the receiver stores refrigerant and absorbs moisture from it. It also filters out debris and acids.

Orifice Tube/Expansion Valve: This mechanism controls and regulates the refrigerant flow, while converting the high pressure refrigerant to low pressure refrigerant.

Evaporator: The refrigerant enters from the orifice tube and into the evaporator, where it absorbs heat and changes into vapor. This vapor leaves through the compressor and into the car, cooling it.

Your car’s air conditioning system should be checked out yearly to make sure it is operating at its best level. At JP’s Car Care, we make sure that your A/C system doesn’t have any leaks or  cracks and that proper refrigerant levels are present. We’ll repair your A/C if you notice a drop in effectiveness or quality. We know it’s important to control your environment when you are driving, so let us take care of the service and repairs for your car, truck or van’s A/C system.

 

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