AC COIL CLEANING
IN PHOENIX, AZ
AC COIL CLEANING SERVICES
IN PHOENIX, ARIZONA
Whether you are getting ready for summer and performing preventative maintenance in the spring or prepping your system for winter in the fall, keep in mind that cleaning your condenser and evaporative coils are critical to extending the life of your unit and maximizing system performance.
The most efficient way to maintain your coils is with a professional coil-cleaning. Even the best, most expensive system will not reach its optimum performance without proper maintenance. When these coils get dirty with grime and buildup, it makes it harder for your system to achieve proper airflow, which will overwork the unit and take a longer time to achieve the desired temperature.
The average annual cost of dirty coils for a 100-ton HVAC system is $22,500. Postponing maintenance and cleaning can have a huge impact on the life and efficiency of your heating and cooling systems. Studies have shown that there can be up to 16 percent in efficiency gains simply from coil cleaning on a routine schedule.
Avoid unnecessary repairs and high energy bills. If your AC has not been cleaned or professionally serviced in more than a year, your coils may need a deep cleaning.
ACE Home Services will provide a professional solution wash of your system that will bring renewed efficiency to AC performance, and you’ll also receive a complete system inspection.
REFRESH YOUR AC!
LOWER YOUR BILLS!
THE IMPORTANCE OF CLEANING EVAPORATIVE & CONDENSER COILS
Your system runs longer without cooling as effectively. When the coils are dirty and clogged, it can’t absorb as much heat. You’ll start to notice that your system keeps running almost constantly while having trouble reaching the desired temperature.
Your system uses more energy and drives up your electric bill. the more it runs, the more your utility expenses go up! Have you noticed a spike lately? It may be a good reason why you should clean the AC coils.
Parts wear more quickly. If you avoid cleaning your coils, excess heat, pressure, and increased run times cause parts to wear out sooner. You’ll have more problems with fans, belts and other components.
Refrigerant leaks can occur. Congested AC coils can develop corrosion on the outside, especially the outdoor condenser coils that are exposed to smog, exhaust fumes and other outdoor pollutants. Over time, corrosion causes cracks and holes in the coils, which allows refrigerant to leak. Over time your system’s ability to cool is gradually reduced.
Your compressor can fail. When the AC coils are dirty, the refrigerant flowing through the coils can’t change from liquid to gas (and back) as it’s supposed to. That causes increased strain on the compressor, which is the heart of your air conditioning system. When the compressor goes, it’s an expensive fix at best, you might be need a complete replacement.