Your air conditioner is running, but your home is warm. When you place your hand near the air coming out of the vent, it does not feel cool. Could it be the refrigerant? It could be, but it’s important to understand what this is. There’s a common belief that refrigerant is some type of fuel. It is not. It does not deplete over time.
In fact, the amount of refrigerant placed into the system by the manufacturer is enough to last the entire lifespan of the system. So, why isn’t your air cool? When you call on a team for AC installation in Chicago, you can find a bit more about why this happens.