This is a fairly simple routine to perform on a regular basis. First, flush the air conditioning unit. Vacuum the fins and brush off any remaining dirt once they've dried. When doing this, be sure to use a soft bristle brush.
This is a must for today's AC technology. Programmable thermostats can help any homeowner save on energy bills. Instead of turning the dial to turn down the temperature, simply install one of these state-of-the-art solutions and program the cooling system to sleep at different temperatures
Air filtering is one of the most underappreciated aspects of HVAC. Fortunately, this is usually a quick fix. When you perform annual maintenance on your AC system, we recommend that you turn off the power to the base unit.
Make a thorough inspection of each refrigerant pipe. Make sure that each pipe is properly covered with the correct layer of refrigerant insulation. If you notice holes, cracks, or punctures, make a note of the defective area.
The capacitor in your AC system can become a magnet for debris, leaves, dirt, and other buildup. You may also find weeds and vines in this part of your drive. Remove any obstructions, clean fan blades and tighten any loose bolts or screws
Whole house fans collect hot air from the highest areas of the house and turn it into a cool yet comfortable breeze. It only takes a few minutes to install these ventilation systems.
You may be surprised at how easily warm air travels around your building. Pay special attention to your windows if you really want to control the heat in your home or office.
Insulation wears out easily over time. Inspect areas covered with insulation and remove any rotted or damaged layers. For safety, it is best to have a qualified professional handle any insulation work.
Your AC system cage folds easily over time. Straightening the fins on the condensing unit is simple with a fin comb. The comb is a special tool that works by sliding or scraping the fins and bending them to reshape them.
Never wrap the condenser with a cloth. This is a fire hazard, even if your air conditioning system is down for the winter. After the summer weather has calmed down, cover the top of the unit with a piece of weighted plywood.