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Central Ac Maintenance

With the summer heat on the rise, many people are starting to think about their home air conditioning units. Whether you’re looking for a new or replacement system, it’s important to know how your central ac unit operates and what factors determine its efficiency. Here is everything you need to know about central ac maintenance. 

Central A/C units use refrigerant gas as an agent that reduces indoor temperature by blowing cool air over coils filled with chilled water. The refrigerant evaporates in contact with hot coils and condenses against cold ones, thus producing cooler air inside your There are two types of systems: single-stage and multi-stage cooling systems. Single-stage cooling requires less energy but does not have any type of programmable controls. It runs at full power until the desired room temperature is reached and then shuts off. Multi-stage central ac units have a more advanced control system that allows the unit to run at partial power levels for longer periods of time, thus saving energy and money on your utility bill. Because these units can cycle up and down flexibly, they are also much quieter than single-stage systems.

How Much Does A Central AC Unit Cost?

The initial cost of your central air conditioner depends on its capacity; which is measured in BTUs (British thermal units). A BTU represents the amount of heat required to raise one pound of water by one degree Fahrenheit.

Air Conditioner Filters

The air conditioner filter is a vital part of the air conditioning system that needs to be replaced regularly for optimal performance. It should be changed every month or two, depending on how often you use your AC. Dirty filters restrict airflow and keep your unit from running as efficiently as possible. Choosing an appropriate replacement filter can seem like a daunting task.

If you use your home’s A/C unit every day then it might mean that there is debris building up inside which can restrict airflow. If this sounds like something happening on yours too please get in touch today so our team member Shona will help guide you through installing an efficient replacement ASAP.

If you are unsure on whether or not your filter needs changing, check these signs out to determine if it’s time for a new one. If the current filter is stiff or ripply then it might be too dirty to use again. If the air around the unit smells musty then there is likely some mold build-up inside that can cause harm to anyone in your home including pets and small children. Remember that an A/C unit running inefficiently will strain your wallet as well what could result in repairs that cost hundreds of dollars so please get in touch with us ASAP if this describes your situation! Also, many people find themselves taking frequent breaks from their units every now and again- maybe not using them for weeks at a time.

Keep your coils clean

Your air conditioning coils can become clogged and dirty over time. This means they will not be able to cool your home as efficiently, which could lead to higher energy bills. Air ducts can also get filled with dust when the ac unit is running, which reduces airflow and leads to a dirtier environment in your home. Cleaning your ac coil and air ducts regularly is important for maintaining cleanliness in your home and reducing costs! Here are some tips on how you can do this:
-Use a vacuum cleaner or compressed air duster to remove loose debris from the coils
-Remove any leaves or other large ones.

The fins on the evaporator and condenser coils are extremely delicate, which makes them prone to damage. It is important for you as a homeowner or renter with AC needs that they be cleaned at least twice per year by professionals in order to avoid serious problems such as mold growth due from dirt accumulating inside your A/C system’s refrigerant lines; this will compromise its performance since those areas aren’t properly ventilated like other parts of our homes would normally get airflow through them during hot weather conditions.

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