What is an Indoor Coil in an HVAC system?

An indoor coil is the less visible half of your outdoor unit. It’s attached to your furnace or air handler. As indoor air flows across it, heat and moisture are drawn out, leaving air that is cool, comfortable, and conditioned.

An indoor coil is a key component in an HVAC system and helps to ensure that your home is comfortable all year round.

Where are indoor AC coils located? Are AC coils inside or outside?

The indoor coil is located inside the house and attached to the furnace or air handler. It is usually located in a closet, basement, or crawl space.

How often should I have my indoor coil serviced?

You should have your indoor coil serviced every year by a professional HVAC technician. This will help to ensure that it is operating efficiently and effectively.

If you have any questions about your indoor coil or any other aspect of your HVAC system, be sure to contact a professional for assistance.

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