When's The Last Time You Had Your Coils Cleaned?
Condenser and evaporator coils in air conditioners and heat pumps require cleaning and maintenance at regular intervals. This makes heat transfer and heat exchange in these systems more energy efficient.
According to the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), “a dirty condenser coil can increase compressor energy consumption by 30%, while a dirty evaporator coil decreases airflow, reduces heat transfer, and degrades the process of dehumidification.”
How Dirty Coils Impair Indoor Air
Filthy coils sullied by dust, mold, mildew and insect excrements create conducive conditions for microbes to start making colonies and emit toxic contaminants. Over time, such a situation ends up affecting the quality of indoor air severely. Macromolecular organic dust can contaminate the circulating air and make occupants susceptible to many respiratory and skin diseases.
AdvantaClean of Cary/Apex
We’re a premier provider of light environment services who bring comfort to indoor cooling systems. We let every condenser and evaporator coil work as best as they should so that our customers don’t encounter compressor failure in their HVAC systems. We make the task of using and maintaining these systems simple and convenient.
Adherence to proprietary processes and techniques
AdvantaClean of Cary/Apex follows only proprietary coil cleaning processes and industry-approved procedures. This enables us to adhere to and maintain the highest standards expected in this type of remediation job.
We use the following time-tested methods for cleaning HVAC coils:
1. Compressed air cleaning
2. Chemical cleaning
3. Detergent with water
4. Brush cleaning
5. Foam-contained pumps/sprayers
By making condenser coils cleaner and more efficient, we make them work at their optimal level and spare you from incurring high energy consumption costs. We offer only the best restoration services available in the market because we know how dirty coils can get and what their side-effects are.