Clean coils to improve efficiency
Keeping your coils clean can save you operating costs, improve longevity and improve indoor air quality.
- Saves energy
- Improves indoor air comfort
- Reduces wear and tear on equipment
- Complies with recommendations by equipment manufacturers
- Should be a part of your regular maintenance plan
Air conditioning systems have two coils, one called the evaporator coil and a second one called the condenser coil. Coils are heat transfer devices that make heat removal possible. These coils must be kept clean to operate efficiently and provide the comfort you expect.
The condenser coil is located outside the home but is connected to the evaporator coil inside the house by a pair of metal refrigerant lines that pass through small openings in one of the walls of the house.
Condenser Unit Cleaning
Keeping your condenser coil clean will help keep your air conditioner running at maximum efficiency. A clean condenser coil is one of the easiest ways to save energy while increasing the efficiency of your HVAC system. A clean coil will also allow your compressor to run cooler and extend its life.