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Dirty Air Conditioning Coil

There are many critical components to an air conditioning system, but the air conditioning coils are by far some of the most important. These coils are also very delicate and need to be handled properly in order to preserve their cooling power. With regular maintenance and upkeep, well-preserved AC coils will help keep indoor air quality high and utility bills lower.

Types of AC Coils

Your air conditioning system has two basic types of coils: evaporator and condenser. Evaporator coils will extract the humidity and heat from within your home while condenser coils will work to expel the gathered heat. When the condenser unit located outside your home initially cycles on with your air conditioning system, it uses a compressor to convert coolant in the form of a gas into a liquid that’s quite cold. This cold liquid is then transported through coils to the evaporator unit where the air handler then distributes the cooler air throughout your home. Once it has travelled through the evaporator unit, the coolant begins its journey back to the condenser. Along the way, the coolant pulls warm air into the unit and changes from a liquid back to gas. The fan in the condenser then blows the warm outside the unit.

The Value of AC Coil Cleaning

As the coils work to draw the warm air out of your home, they also pull other things along with it that can cause a nasty buildup. These often include dust, dirt, grease, and bacteria that may create a barrier of grime that will force the coils and your air conditioning system to work harder. Increased system efficiency and cooling power coupled with improved indoor air quality are two of the primary benefits of a proper AC coil cleaning.

An Easily Damaged Component

The coil fins in an air conditioning system are delicate and extremely sensitive. They can be easily damaged if the wrong type of cleaning product is used or if they are handled with too much force. Proper coil cleaning requires the handling of dangerous chemicals and potential exposure to electric shock. Improper handling can possibly lead to a very costly repair. A professional HVAC contractor should be consulted when considering AC coil cleaning for your air conditioning system.

The professionals at American Air Conditioning and Heating are glad to answer any questions you may have regarding AC coil cleaning. If you live in Port St. Lucie, call us at (772) 398-0023. Should you live in Martin County and need AC coil cleaning, we can be reached at (772) 220-1496. Call us today for all your AC maintenance needs.

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