Longmont air conditioning maintenance is your ticket to clean, efficient home cooling.
We may occasionally forget that our air conditioners need regular care and attention. Unfortunately, when this happens, our cooling systems begin their way down the path to disrepair. Thankfully, it doesn’t take much to get your system back to full efficiency before an issue occurs. With as little as a quick call, professional AC service experts from Lion Home Service can be on their way to address your HVAC needs.
Don’t let the cost of professional services deter you from making this critical call! Not only does Lion Home Service perform the AC maintenance in Longmont you need, but we also do it affordably. Not to mention that a well-maintained air conditioner runs much more efficiently, and an efficient system costs less to run.
Our team at Lion Home Service is known for its high-quality work. Work has earned us an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau. We pride ourselves on being a reliable company whose first concern is addressing your needs. Don’t hesitate to contact us for AC maintenance in Longmont, as we always do our best to make sure our customers are satisfied.
While some services should always be performed by a professional, there is simple AC maintenance that you can perform to keep your air conditioner working. The air conditioner maintenance you can do at home includes:
Most of these maintenance procedures are simple cleanings or checks that are easy to complete. Dirty filters, for example, or easy to clean or replace and are easily distinguished from a clean filter. However, a dirty air filter will reduce performance and cause further damage to your AC.
A dirty filter no longer filters particles in your air as well as it should and will allow debris to settle on your unit’s coils. These coils enable your air conditioner to regulate its temperature but cannot work if covered in dust.
Likewise, if fins are blocking airflow to the coils, your unit’s performance will suffer. If these fins are bent, you may need to move them back into place.
Condensate drains, on the other hand, need to be periodically cleaned. First, with a wire brush, manually scrape the portion of the drain closest to the exit. You may then use a wet vac to remove any excess debris. You may also run a 1:1 mixture of water and bleach through the drain to further inhibit the further growth of algae.
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