Replacing Dirty Coils Can Improve an Air Conditioner
With all the cleaning and decluttering happening, there is one more item on the agenda: cleaning the coils in the air conditioner. It is a task that homeowners often overlook because who thinks about cleaning inside the air conditioner? Replacing the filters and getting an inspection twice a year should cover it. Unfortunately, an air conditioner can look like it's running smoothly without changing the coils but is working harder than it should. So, which coils are the correct coils? There are two types.
Understanding Evaporator Coils
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These coils shouldn't need to be changed every eight years if the air conditioner is kept in decent working condition, but once the coils are bad. The home's air will feel slightly warmer than the desired thermostat temperature.
Cleaning and Maintenance Tips
Proper cleaning and maintenance of a home's ac coils can improve its air conditioner's longevity and performance. A professional air conditioning and heating company should be scheduled to ensure proper care to clean and service the system. Once the professional arrives, they will usually inspect the entire AC unit before moving to the coils.
By hand, they will remove all large debris from around the coils and inside the system. After all extra substance is removed, they will continue and spray oil that will evaporate when the unit runs. These services should be done yearly alongside the spring or fall check-up for lower utility bills and higher efficiency cooling.
About C. Woods Company
C. Woods Company has served its community and surrounding area for over 60 years. They are passionate about balancing exceptional customer service with professional repair and installs. Ensuring that their customers are provided with the best services and quick, correct solutions. Call them today to schedule coil cleaning in Tyler!