Cleaning Condenser Coils for Optimal HVAC Maintenance in West Palm Beach, FL

Maintaining the condenser coils of an HVAC system is essential for optimal performance. In most cases, it should be cleaned at least once a year, usually before periods of heavy use such as summer. Evaporator coils should also be checked and cleaned as needed. If they tend to accumulate dirt and debris quickly, they may need to be cleaned every month.

Otherwise, they should be cleaned every three months during colder seasons or once a year during regular preventive maintenance. To keep the evaporator coils clean, it is important to inspect the air filter at least once a month and replace it when necessary. A dirty air filter can allow dust and dirt to accumulate in the evaporator instead of the air filter, reducing airflow in the system and causing other problems. To keep the condenser coils clean, it is important to keep a two-foot area around the condenser unit clear of vegetation and debris such as garbage, tall grass, plants, and hanging trees or shrubs. Additionally, large debris that falls on the condenser coils should be removed and grass should be cleared away when mowing. The best approach is to consult with HVAC professionals or manufacturers to understand the specific needs of the air conditioning unit and its ideal winter maintenance.ECM Air Conditioning, based in Boynton Beach, Florida, offers air conditioning services in Palm Beach, Broward, Martin and St.

Lucie counties. We are proud to serve West Palm Beach, Naples, Boca Raton, Boynton Beach, Jupiter and every neighborhood in South Florida.

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