May 3rd, 2011
The outdoor condenser coil of your air conditioner performs a tough job in warm weather. It takes the concentrated heat collected from your home and dumps it into the hot outdoor air. To get rid of the collected heat, your outdoor condenser coil has to move a lot of air. If the coil is dirty or if plants or other objects are too close to the conditioner unit, the fan in the outdoor coil can’t move as much air as required for good performance and efficiency. This raises your electricity cost for air conditioning and may shorten the life of the outdoor condensing unit. Read more…
August 4th, 2010
The video gives an overview on how to clean your homes central air conditioner condenser unit and general maintenance tips to help your system run as efficiently as possible during the hot summer months. Cleaning and maintaining your central air conditioner condenser will ensure your system is working efficiently keeping you and your family cooler during the summer.