Air Conditioning Service: Give Your Unit A Chance This Summer
As we enter the month of June, you are likely already prepared to face some significant heat and more trying times. If you are a homeowner, your air conditioning system is always working hard to cool your home in an effective and efficient manner. If your air conditioning system has to work harder than usual, it could fail right when you need it the most.
We want to provide you with some tips and advice that can help prevent your air conditioning system from failing this summer.
Schedule an Inspection
If your air conditioning system has not been inspected this year, you still have time to get it inspected as we anticipate hotter days this summer. If it is discovered that you need to have repairs on your air conditioning unit, it will be better to find out now and not on the hottest day of the summer where you will be without the services of your unit.
Air Conditioning Unit Cleaning
When was the last team you inspected your air conditioning unit for mold, dirt, debris, etc.? If you inspect your air conditioning unit and discover dirt on the coils or evaporator, your air conditioning unit may eventually fail because it will no longer be able to absorb the excessive amount of heat this summer. We encourage you to take a look at your outside unit and clean the coils that have become dirty.
Cleaning your air filters a great way to ensure your air conditioning unit will run as efficiently as possible this summer. There are some air filters that will need to be replaced monthly and there are some that can last for an entire year. Make sure you have an understanding of your air filters and how often they need to be replaced.
While we know anyone’s air conditioner can fail for any given reason, there are things you can do to ensure your air conditioning unit has a great chance of surviving during the hottest days of the summer. If you want to have your air conditioning unit inspected or serviced, please do not hesitate to reach out to the experts at Conditioned Air today.