Commercial and Governmental Air ConditionerCoil Cleaning Should be a Priority
Want to decrease energy consumption cut costs, and improve your indoor air quality? Have your air conditioning coils cleaned.
Energy Savings: The U.S. Department of Energy states that the longer you wait to clean coils, the more energy will be expended. Air coils in a dirty air conditioning unit will use 30-37% more energy than a clean one. According to a study done by the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air-Conditioning Engineers, Inc. Cleaning air conditioning coils contributes to the 10-15% increase in energy efficiency.
Money Savings: As air passes through the different coils, dust particles and dirt build up causing the system to run longer to achieve the same goal.
Health Savings: As build-up of dirt and dust rest on coils, the air blowing inside carries this with it. It is vital to keep indoor air quality healthy.