Maintenance Rids Your AC of Harmful Dirt Buildup
Spring is here. It’s Texas. Put those two things together and you’ve got a recipe for months of hot, sunny weather ahead. With this in mind, you’ll be relying on your home’s AC unit a great deal to cool your family down when the weather is scorching hot. Your AC unit may seem like it’s ready for action, but a hidden problem may be lurking. We’re talking about dirt buildup, which is one of the greatest contributors to air conditioning failure.
How Dirt Affects Your AC
When your AC system sits idle during the colder winter months, it is susceptible to dust and debris gathering on components within the inner workings. When dirt builds up in your air conditioner, the unit will not cool your home efficiently, raising your energy bills while reducing its operating life. Your system will need to work harder to keep you cool. This extra work can cause components to prematurely break down, even leading to total cooling system failure, which you definitely don’t want during the Texas heat!
Two vital components, the blower and the condenser coils, can be especially negatively affected by dirt buildup. Trouble with the condenser coils can even result in compressor breakdown, which will mean a costly repair bill for you.
Remove Dirt With Garner’s AC Maintenance
The best way to avoid this risk of dirt-caused air conditioning failure is to have professional cleaning done. You can trust a licensed and qualified Garner Heating & Air Conditioning technician to perform maintenance on your AC system that includes such cleaning. You’ll get peace of mind knowing that your unit is tuned-up for efficient functionality. Some of the components our technicians will clean and check include:
- Evaporator Coils
- Coil Fins
- Condensate Drains
- Refrigerant Lines
- Electrical Connections
All of that hazardous dirt and grime will be thoroughly cleaned off of the machinery within your AC unit so it can’t cause inefficiencies and potential system failure. Any necessary tightenings and tune-ups will be performed as well to prepare your unit for the months of work ahead. On top of all that, your Garner technician will be able to find any existing problems and offer solutions now as opposed to later, before they can develop into larger, more expensive and troublesome problems