If you have neglected from an annual spring check up of your AC unit, you may have noticed that your air conditioner isn’t cooling as efficiently as it used to. In just a short year, dirt and debris could start clogging the cooling fins, cause a low coolant level, and cause the blower fan to accumulate enough dirt to really slow it down. In the end, you are decreasing the life-span of your AC unit.
It is important to realize that cleaning your AC condenser could be an intimidating task for those who have little experience or knowledge. That is why the experts at Atlanta Air Pro always recommend that you not only clean your AC condenser yearly, but you leave it in the hands of an AC expert, such as Atlanta Air Pro.
Cleaning parts such as the condenser coils regularly will not only help the unit cool more efficiently, but it will also cut down on the energy consumption of your AC, which in turn keeps your bills lower because it doesn’t have to work as hard to produce the same results.
Cleaning the Air Conditioning Condensing Unit
So before you switch your thermostat to cool this summer, call the experts at Atlanta Air Pro for a professional inspection of your air conditioning condenser units and heat pump. Since the condenser unit plays such a large part in the air conditioning system, having it cleaned regularly will lower energy bills while improving the HVAC system’s durability.
What is a Condenser Coil?
A condenser coil is one of the main components responsible for the reliability and cost efficiency , effectiveness and long term durability of your air conditioner. It is located outside of every home and sits inside of the condensing unit. Your AC works by a process of converting gas to liquid in a continuous, repetitive process. A large portion of air transfer is demanded of your ac unit. Having the condenser unit and coils cleaned will allow for the fan to work easier and more efficiently. This is a win for your household.
Issues Caused by a Dirty Condenser Coil
A dirty condenser unit can create a number of issues:
- Your AC energy efficiency drops dramatically
- Cooling efficiency can lower by as much as 30%. When that happens, your cooling system is only working at 60 or 70% effectiveness.
- Your AC is no longer able to cool your home effectively.
- The life of your AC unit, a big home investment, is reduced significantly.
For a free estimate, give the experts at Atlanta Air Pro a call today!