Slash your energy bills by keeping your Air Conditioning Unit working efficiently
The HVAC system in most properties accounts for as much as 60% of all energy consumption. Over time, failure to maintain your HVAC system can increase that energy consumption by more than 30%. One of the easiest ways to keep your HVAC system operating at peak efficiency is by performing regular coil cleaning on your condenser unit.
What is a Condenser?
Your HVAC system is made up of several key components. One of those is the condensing unit. This component is located on the outside of your building, and is responsible for releasing the heat gathered by the internal components of your HVAC system.
The condensing unit is composed of four key components:
- Condensing coils
- Refrigerant lines
Clean Condensing Coils are Vital to HVAC Performance
The fan in your condenser is tasked with moving air through your condenser coils to cool off the refrigerant inside them. The constant air movement causes dust, mold, and other particulates to build up on the coils over time, restricting airflow. When condenser airflow is restricted, the HVAC system has to work harder to cool off the refrigerant. That extra work means more energy consumption, a less effective system, and higher energy bills.
Extend the Life of your HVAC System with Regular Maintenance
HVAC systems are designed to work for decades, but no system can last as long as expected without maintenance. By allowing AdvantaClean to perform regular coil cleanings on your condenser units, you stand to drastically extend the useful life of the entire system, saving you repair and replacement costs.
If you would like more information on coil cleaning call AdvantaClean of Southwest Washington today! Call us today! (360) 207-2814