As the summer heats up, our air conditioners start working overtime. We all know it’s important to keep the filter changed, but you also need to keep the evaporator coil clean as well. So we thought you would love to know how to clean AC coils.
A dirty coil promotes mold growth, which can find its way into the very air we breathe inside our homes. It can also cause your unit to work a lot less efficient and even freeze up.
Over the counter spray cleaners are OK for very light cleaning; but in many cases, the coil needs to be removed for cleaning. That’s when you need to call in the professionals.
A thorough cleaning of the coil will improve the peak operating efficiency of the unit and will help extend the life of the equipment. In the long run, it saves you money, and that definitely will help you breathe a healthy sigh of relief.