To cool the air in your home, air is passed over chilled coils before being distributed throughout your home. The refrigerant run through the coils not only cools the air, but it causes condensation to form on the coils as heat and humidity are pulled out of the air and transferred outdoors. The condensation on the coils collects airborne dust and dirt from the air circulating in your home.
Not only does affect the quality of your indoor air but, in time, this buildup on the coils will create resistance, making your system work harder to deliver cooled air. You may notice your electric bills going up. You will definitely know you have a problem if your system becomes damaged and stops working.
At Copeland & Son, we are experienced in removing any debris and cleaning your clogged condenser coils. Our technicians have the tools and training to get into the coil, fan, and other affected components of the system. A specialized cleaning spray is used to condition the coils to resist buildup and promote maximum airflow.
After cleaning, we will inspect both the outdoor and indoor components of your system for any damage. Of course, if anything is found, we will bring it to your attention. We will also prime your system for optimal performance by checking your system pressure, refrigerant levels, and more, making any adjustments as needed.