I hear you KNOCKING but you can't come in, Maintaining Ones A/C

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Real Estate Broker/Owner with Charles Stallions Real Estate Services

Important Steps To Maintain Your Home’s Central AC

 

If you're like most people, you crank up your air conditioner when it starts getting hotter outside. Cooling off with an AC unit is usually the preferred option when temperatures soar. However, while they are an excellent way to keep your home comfortable during the warmer months, they require regular maintenance to work effectively. By following these specific maintenance steps, you'll be able to keep your air conditioner in good condition for years to come.

Power Off the Unit and Mains
Before you perform any maintenance on your air conditioner, you must first turn the unit off as well as the mains. This will keep you from being injured.

Remove Debris Around the Unit
Clear any debris or areas that might be blocking airflow around the unit once it has been powered off. Your air conditioner needs to have good airflow to work properly.

Clean the Air Conditioner Fins
Over time, air conditioner fins can become bent or dirty, which can affect airflow. Clean the fins gently with a soft brush and straighten them if necessary. You should also take care of the fins of your air conditioner from the inside out to ensure that it is functioning properly. Soft brushes or cloths can be used for this.

Clean the Condenser Fan
The condenser fan helps to cool the air conditioner unit. If it becomes dirty, it can cause the air conditioner to work less efficiently. Use a soft brush or cloth to gently clean the fan.

Servicing Your Air Conditioner
You should have your air conditioner serviced twice a year: once in the fall and once in the spring. The reason for this is to ensure that the machine is clean, parts are undamaged and it operates as efficiently as possible.

When To Ask For Help
Despite your best efforts, sometimes things go wrong for unexpected reasons. So, if you complete these maintenance steps and your air conditioner still does not work properly, you will need to call a professional for air conditioning repair. Only a qualified technician can accurately diagnose the issue and provide a quick and effective solution. Moreover, they will be able to advise you on any preventative maintenance that might be needed to keep your air conditioner running efficiently.

Conclusion
When it comes to air conditioning, you must make sure that you are taking the proper steps to maintain it. By following the tips above, you can help to ensure that your air conditioner unit will last for years to come.

Meghan Belnap is a freelance writer who enjoys spending time with her family. She loves being outdoors and researching new topics that help to expand her horizons.

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Comments (1)

Kristin Johnston - REALTOR®
RE/MAX Platinum - Waukesha, WI
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Great information.  Thanks for sharing and enjoy your day!

May 03, 2022 05:15 AM