MIDWEST APPLIANCE is your solution for delivery and installation of air conditionings , and uninstalling air conditionings for cabinetry work in Los Angeles.


We provide services on All Brands of appliances such as Residential and Commercial air conditionings.Midwest Appliance company repairs and install all the brands and models of air conditionings in Los Angeles. If your air conditioning makes noise or you have any problem with it, just call  and let us take care of the rest. Midwest Appliance( Los Angeles air conditioning repair) is available 24/7 for your Los Angeles air conditioning repair . Free service call free with the appliance repair.

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Los Angeles air conditioning repair service includes:

  • Service and repair all air conditioning brands and models
  • Regular maintenance ,service and cleaning
  • The Diagnose-Test  of the air conditioning


HOW air conditioning WORKS
When the household thermostat signals the air conditioning system to lower air temperature, a whole sequence of events begins. The air handling unit kicks on, drawing room air in from various parts of the house through return-air ducts. This air is pulled through a filter, where airborne particles such as dust and lint are removed--in fact, sophisticated filters may remove microscopic pollutants as well. Then it's routed to air supply ductwork that carries it back to the rooms. Whenever an air conditioner is running, this cycle repeats continually.
But how does the evaporator coil get cold in the first place? That happens through the magic of refrigeration. Every air conditioner has three main parts: a condenser, an evaporator, and a compressor.
With a typical "split system," the condenser and the compressor are located in an outdoor unit; the evaporator is mounted in the air handling unit, which is often a forced air furnace. (With a "package system," all of the components are located in a single outdoor unit that may be located on the ground or on the roof of the house.)

A refrigerant such as freon circulates through copper tubing that runs between these components. This refrigerant receives and releases heat as it raises and lowers in temperature, changing from liquid to gas back to liquid. The refrigerant is especially cold when it begins to circulate through the indoor coil. As the air handler pushes warm room air across this coil, the cold refrigerant absorbs so much heat from the air that it turns into a vapor. As a vapor, it travels to a compressor that pressurizes it and moves it through the outdoor coil, which jettisons the heat.

A fan also helps to dissipate this heat. The refrigerant then passes through an expansion device that converts it to a low-pressure, low-temperature liquid, which returns to the indoor coil. And so the cycle continues.

How Your Air Conditioner Dehumidifies the Air

As the warm air circulating through your ducts passes over the evaporator coil, it is quickly cooled and can no longer hold as much moisture as it did at a higher temperature. The excess moisture condenses on the outside of the coils and is carried away through a drain. The process is similar to what happens when moisture condenses on the outside of a glass of ice water on a hot, humid day.
Occassionally, the drain lines may become clogged and your system will not drain properly. This can result in a drain pan overflow, leading to water leaks in your ceiling or walls. An annual air conditioning inspection by an experienced technician should include an inspection of your drain lines and an algaecide treatment to retard the growth of algae. Consider having a cut-off float switch installed in your unit's drain pan. This switch will shut off your unit before water overflows.

The above tips are for informational purposes only. For your safety, we strongly recomend any air conditioning repairs to be performed only by a certified technician. Los Angeles air conditioning repair  technicians are available and you can call for professional help in Los Angeles  24/7 at: