Granbury AC Repair Company, Glenn-Aire, Discusses How To Ensure A Well-Running H.V.A.C With Clean Coils.
If you want your air conditioning unit to be reliable all year long, it is important you have bi-annual inspections. The professionals at Glenn-Aire recommend that you look at the air conditioner a minimum of twice in a year to ensure proper functioning of the system. Cleaning the outdoor coils is one of the most critically important tasks that should be performed to ensure adequate cool temperature in summers & hot air in winter.
If you do not clean the coils regularly, the fins of the condenser will accumulate greater amount of dust & dirt. This reduces the process of cooling & air heating. The condenser then works harder & needs more electricity for proper functioning. Filthy outdoor coils also increase the electric bill for the home.
When you contact Glenn-Aire, one of our technician will inspect the outdoor coils & its fins. He will also lubricate & clean the condenser fan & motor, as well as check all parts of the internal system. He will also vacuum the condenser.
However, there are things you can do as a homeowner for taking care of your air-conditioning unit. You should take some precautions so the system works its best, especially in between inspections. For example:
- Blow away grass cuttings near the outdoor coil once you trim the lawn
- Be sure that you cut the shrubs, plants & bushes nearest the condenser.
- Avoid the building of fences, walls & roof coverings too close to the air conditioning system. This ensure the free movement of air.
Call us today to set up your appointment with one of our technicians to ensure your system is running well, saving you time and money in the long run.
Granbury AC Repair Company, Glenn-Aire, was established in 1975 as a sole proprietorship by Glenn D. Cornelius and is located in Granbury, Hood County, Texas. The business has operated uninterrupted under the same name since originally formed. In March of 2005, after 30 years, Glenn decided to retire and turned over the helm to Jeff McKenzie.