During the hot summer days we rely on our AC to cool us down. One of the most important things a homeowner can do is clean the outside AC unit. Over time dirt, leaves and grass clippings can accumulate on the outside of the unit. This build up impacts the system’s capacity.
Prior to cleaning the unit shut the power off. Use a garden hose to gently clean the debris. Do not use a power washer and be extra careful not to damage the fins on the coil.
Cleaning is just one of the maintenance tasks our technicians perform during a routine AC maintenance call. While inspecting your unit they will check the following:
|1. Install gauges & check pressures
||9. Check for any leaks
|2. Check all voltage & AMP draw
||10. Change standard 1” air filter
|3. Check air pressure across evaporator coils
||11. Check evaporator coil
|4. Check pressure & cut out switch
||12. Check start capacitor
|5. Check all electrical connections
||13. Check compressor contactor
|6. Check for clean condensate drain
||14. Clean condensing coil
|7. Check all safety controls
||15. Lubricate all moving parts
|8. Check & adjust thermostat
Call us today to set up a time for our experienced professionals to maintain your AC.