You might be surprised to learn that you have a coil and it needs regular cleaning or possible repairs.
Coils are one of those parts tucked away inside your ductwork and outdoor condensing unit. The purpose of this blog post is to educate you on your Indoor Coil, also known as, the Evaporator Coil.
The purpose of the Evaporator coil is to transform warm air from your home into cool air. When warm air passes through the coil the humidity is removed. This results in Air Conditioning!!
Now that you know how the Evaporator coil in your home operates, I need to inform you of what happens to your coil over time.
The air that passes through the evaporator coil could contain fur from your favorite pet, as long as, dust that appears like magic all over your home.
Over time some of that dirt, dust and other debris gets stuck to your coil. When the coils become clogged your entire air conditioning system needs to work harder.
This results in a less efficient system and higher energy bills. Here are a couple reasons to clean your air conditioner coil.
Save Money on Your Utility Bills
A clean coil means that your air conditioner runs more efficiently. When it runs more efficiently, it doesn’t run as hard or as long. This helps to lower your utility bills during the hottest months of the year. You know you want that!
Aids in Longevity of Your Unit
Of course, you know you’re going to have to replace your air conditioner and HVAC system sooner or later, but you want it to be much later. How long the unit lasts is influenced by the quality of the unit, and in part, how well you take care of it. When you clean your indoor coil routinely, your entire air conditioning unit runs more smoothly. When the system isn’t running hotter and harder due to dirt and grime on the coils, it lasts longer.
At Metro Heating & Cooling, we know how to keep your coils clean and handle all the routine maintenance your system needs to use less energy and help the system last as long as possible. We offer a variety of routine maintenance packages that keep your system humming and save you money.
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