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Scheduled Air Conditioning Maintenance Promotes Energy Efficiency and Reduces Threat of System Failure

15 August 2022       Bookmark and Share

RESIDENTIAL HVAC: Forward Thinking of Maintaining The HVAC System Will Conserve Your Unit

Air conditioner and heating systems need periodic preventative maintenance to run efficiently and to prevent premature degradation of the systems. A regular air conditioning maintenance is a good idea to do some regular check-ins and cleaning throughout the year in order to make sure the system is running smoothly. It is very essential to have regular air conditioning maintenance that will ensure your air con is performing at its best.

AC maintenance will ensure that the efficiency of your air conditioner is to routinely replace or clean its filters. There are several reasons that will significantly reduce a system’s efficiency and that includes clogged and dirty filters that reduces the amount of airflow. The immediate sign that you will notice once your air conditioner needs maintenance is it makes more noise than usual, and it means the filter is clogged. Air conditioning maintenance normally checks all the electrical connections are sound and components are working properly. Checking of the refrigerant charge levels and air flow and or refrigerant leaks will ensure that all physical connections of individual parts are functioning well. In addition, checking of the run capacitor for bulging or unusual markings or color will be easily detected.

With the regular air conditioning maintenance, it will ensure that the unit will function effectively throughout its years of service. However, if there is neglect on the maintenance it will result in a steady decline in the air conditioning performance while energy use will surely increase. Air conditioning maintenance will help improve the comfort and efficiency of your air conditioner.

For more tips on Air conditioning maintenance, contact Central Plumbing and Heating, Inc.

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