If your house has pipes, many of the pipe sections need to be the right size. Too small pipe system can lead to inefficient and noisy operation, while too large pipe system can be a waste. In addition to the size, the pipe is also sealed and edged. This will keep you cool and comfortable in the summer, and you won't be in trouble because you don't pay high water and electricity bills. When the air conditioning pipe is not properly sealed and edged, your regulated air may escape through leakage and waste 40% of the energy used for system operation.
This can make your family feel hot and uncomfortable, and when your utility bill is due, you need to spend a lot of extra money. If you think your pipe is leaking, do not try to identify or solve the problem yourself. You should always contact your HVAC contractor, who will assess the piping system leakage and get your cooling system back on track.
Some of the more common pipe problems include pipe leakage, damage, and disconnection. As mentioned above, pipeline leakage is usually caused by improper sealing and edge. However, they may also be caused by normal wear. Sometimes, the joints between pipes are sealed with duct tape, which will naturally lose its adhesiveness over time. Pipeline damage may be caused by improper installation, rough maintenance inspection or insufficient weight. If there are visible holes in the piping system, they are damaged and need to be fixed. Disconnected piping systems are usually caused by normal wear or installation errors.