Houston Coil Cleaning
Coil Cleaning Houston
A/C Coil Cleaning is without a doubt one of the most necessary and vital service you as a home or business owner could schedule. Unfortunately it is also one of the most foreign or unfamiliar service to the majority of Americans. In reality, it's actually quite simple. Your A/C System has three major components. The Evaporator, Condenser, and Compressor. As time presses on, these components require maintenance in order for them to run as smoothly as possible.
The Evaporator Coil is a component which extracts or "draws out" heat from indoors while a fan blows cooler air back into the desired area. If these coils are not maintained they become infested with dirt, debris, and pollen, severely reducing its ability to cool your home or business. This may lead to higher energy costs or costly repairs when your system fails as a result. Your indoor air quality is also at risk as coils can become a spawning area for mold, bacteria, etc.
The Condenser Coil is a component which takes the heat drawn from indoors and disperses it outside. Obviously, the heat from indoors needs to be moved somewhere else. Over time, these condenser coils also become contaminated by the elements and require maintenance to allow them to do their job as efficiently as possible.
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High Temperature Areas
If temperatures easily reach an excess of 90 degrees where you live, your cooling unit is working vigorously day in and day out. To prevent equipment failure, it would be wise to ensure your unit is running as efficiently as possible. In these areas, it is recommended that you service your coils every 3 months.
High Pollen Areas
This area can best be described as locations where there is large amounts of pollen activity. As you walk outside, you can actually see it flying through the skies. Areas such as these suffer a risk of dense pollen accumulation on your a/c coils severely decreasing efficiency. It is recommended that you service this area once every 2 months.
Beach Side Areas
If you live near a beach, you are already aware of the effects of salt water on metallic objects. Without proper maintenance, coils become brittle and begin to fall apart. Because your coils are constantly exposed to this harsh environment, it is recommended that you service your coils monthly.
Ask our specialists about adding A/C Coil Cleaning to your restoration schedule in order to save money utilizing our packaged bundles.