Summer is coming… Are you prepared?
There’s a flock of air conditioning repair experts out there to ensure that your summer plans are anything but sweaty by helping you prepare for the arrival of the upcoming heat. Here are a few cooling tips to get you started:
When you take advantage of this low price to give your equipment the TLC it needs, our professionals will take your equipment under our wing. Here’s an overview of the maintenance we’ll perform. For additional HVAC guidace visit airnowhvac.com/air-conditioning/zoned-heating-air-conditioning/.
Condenser coils are the grill-like sections of your air conditioner’s outdoor component that are essential for transferring heat while the unit is operating. If these coils become clogged, heat won’t be transferred effectively. Then, things can get pretty heated—both in terms of the temperature and the safety of your home. If dry debris in the unit is exposed to this trapped heat, it can lead to a fire.
We’ll remove any debris that may have become lodged in your air conditioner’s condenser coils.
According to a technician at Pure Air HVAC, dirty filters make your air conditioner less efficient—and force your system to work harder—often leading to repairs or an early breakdown. A new filter makes it easier for your air conditioner to circulate and deliver chilled relief throughout your home. Other benefits of a new filter include:
Check your filters often!
For an air conditioner to operate efficiently, its outdoor component needs a minimum of 3 feet of clearance on all sides. Remove any foliage or debris from around the unit, and clear away any branches or mulch that have gathered around the base.
After you mow your lawn, clean up any grass clippings that were deposited around the unit. You don’t want loose grass to find its way into your air conditioner. Get an expert from KingGreen.com to help you with your lawn.
When our team inspects your air conditioner, we will provide recommendations for how to improve its performance and also identify whether it’s due to be replaced.
Here are the signs your system is on its last legs:
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