Air Conditioner Cleaning

One of the most important features of any home is a clean, well-functioning air conditioning unit. Without it, your home just wouldn’t feel the same. Think about it: Your air conditioning unit is what keeps your home cool and comfortable, even on the hottest summer days. And over time, your air conditioning unit can become clogged with various forms of dirt and debris. Over time, these pollutants gradually reduce the cooling capacity of your A/C unit. The longer you leave your A/C unit unchecked (and uncleaned), the harder your A/C unit will have to work, which can lead to irreversible damage.

Don’t throw your money away on a whole new air conditioning unit. Regular cleanings can extend the life of your A/C unit (and it’s a lot cheaper in the long-run, too).

Perfect Duct Cleaners has the tools and the expertise to clean all of the vital components of an air conditioning unit. Our Perfect Duct Cleaners professionals will help you extend the life of your air conditioner by cleaning and maintaining your A/C unit’s condenser coil and evaporator coil.

What Parts Of Air Conditioner does Perfect Duct Cleaner Clean?

What is a Condenser Coil?

A condenser coil is one of those hard-to-reach components inside of your air conditioner. It’s also one of the most important components of your air conditioner. The condenser coil is located deep inside of your outdoor cooling unit.

Over time, your condenser coil can become clogged with dust, pollen, and other outdoor debris. These pollutants can make it very difficult for your cooling unit to do its job. The condenser coil acts as a “net” for these pollutants, collecting more and more debris as time goes on. The more debris it collects, the more clogged your air conditioning unit will become. But with regular condenser coil cleanings, you can rest assured that your air conditioning unit will be running like new for quite a while.

Do You Know How Clean Condensor Coils in Your Home Are?

No idea? You’re not alone. In fact, most homeowners have no idea what their home’s condenser coil is or even where it’s located. Even so, your condenser coil plays a pivotal role in your home’s air quality and comfort.

The condenser coil is responsible for keeping your air conditioner running smoothly. And if you remember nothing else about condenser coils, remember this:

You’ll need to get your condenser coil cleaned once a year if you want to ensure that your air conditioner is circulating cool, comfortable, healthy air consistently.

Not to mention, a clean condenser coil will extend the life of your air conditioner. So if you want to save money on costly repair or replacement fees, you’ll need to remember to stay on top of your condenser coil’s cleanliness.

Keep Your Condenser Coil Free from Harmful Pollutants

Over time, your condenser coil can become caked with pollen, grass clippings, dirt, and leaves. Rather than allowing thick, foliage to clog up your condenser coil, you can protect the health of you, your family, and your air conditioner with regular cleanings.

Clogged condenser coils can result in lower air quality, as the debris can circulate polluted air throughout your home. Air pollutants such as these are amongst some of the leading causes for sore throats, asthma attacks, and seasonal allergies.

Of course, these air pollutants are not only bad for your health, but also for the health of your air conditioning unit. Most homeowners don’t realize that their condenser coils can wear out over time, and they can become damaged. Not only that, but a clogged condenser coil can also cause damage to your air conditioning unit. Unfortunately, most homeowners don’t realize until after the damage has already been done, or after they’ve already bought a whole new air conditioning unit.

Don’t pay more than you have to, and don’t pull the plug on a perfectly good air conditioning unit. If your air conditioning unit just isn’t performing like it used to, then your condenser coil might just need a good cleaning.

What is an Evaporator Coil?

Your evaporator coil can be found inside of your in-home furnace.  Just like a condenser coil, an evaporator coil can become caked with dirt, dust, and other pollutants over time. The more the evaporator coil is ignored, the more clogged it will become. But it gets worse: With enough dirt and grime, your evaporator coil can actually become encased in a thick layer of ice, leading to poor ventilation and permanent damages.

But with the help of our Perfect Duct Cleaners experts, you can keep your evaporator coil and your home pollution-free. Regular cleanings will not only extend the life of your evaporator coil, but it will also reduce the circulation of air pollutants in your home.

Less air pollutants. Less money spent on unnecessary repairs. And less worries.

Every Home Needs to Clean Evaporator Coils

If you’re a homeowners, then you’ve probably never even heard of an evaporator coil. But a dirty evaporator coil can actually cause a world of problems if it goes unnoticed for too long. Evaporator coils play a huge role in your home’s air flow and air quality. But they’re also prone to gunk. If your evaporator coil is clogging up, then you may notice a gradual decline in your home’s air quality and comfort along with a steady increase in your utility bills every month.

What is an Evaporator Coil, Anyways, and Why is it so Important?

Your home’s evaporator coil is located in the airstream of your HVAC equipment. 100% of the air that heats or cools your home must travel through the evaporator coil. Dirty evaporator coils diminish heating and cooling efficiency, which means more energy used, more money spent on utility bills, and less results

Your evaporator coil is meant to regulate your home’s comfort, but it can certainly become an uncomfortable problem if it is not maintained regularly. Consider this: Evaporator coils produce condensation. So when all of that pollen, dirt, and dust start to accumulate, the moist, sticky environment becomes the perfect place for mold and bacteria to grow. This can become a serious health hazard over time.

When You Clean Evaporator Coils Regularly, You Can Prevent the Worst from Happening

By staying on top of the cleanliness of your evaporator coil, you’ll be keeping your home comfortable, your budget in line, and your family healthy. Regular evaporator coil cleanings can reduce the allergens in your home’s air, as well as prevent the growth of harmful molds and bacteria.

Regular cleanings can also keep your equipment running like new. Too many homeowners have replaced their entire heating and cooling system because they believed that it wasn’t functioning properly. But that’s not always the case, and more often than not, homeowners never realize that they never had to empty their wallets and buy a whole new unit. They just had to get their evaporator coils cleaned (which is obviously much cheaper).