UV Dye Test?
I had an HVAC tech trouble shoot my air handler and he found leaks and wants to come back and do a UV Dye Test to determine where and how many leaks there is. I am in the process of also getting quotes on a new system since my GE air handler is original (1984) and the outside unit is 12 years old with a new compressor in 2009. We would like to prolong the enivitable replacement. Is this a waste of time and money? The unit runs fine when properly charged. I know we are going to need a new system but my logic is if i can get another two years out of the system that would be a bonus.