Frequently Asked Questions
An air conditioner must have routine maintenance to function at its best. Here are a few fundamental AC maintenance tasks that are necessary:
Filter Cleaning/Replacement, Coil Cleaning, Condensate Drain Cleaning, Fan and Blower Maintenance, Lubrication, Electrical Connections, Thermostat Calibration, Refrigerant Level Check, Belt and Pulley Inspection, and General System Inspection.
To keep the system functioning at its best, it is advised to review the manufacturer’s instructions and consider professional servicing.
The manufacturer’s recommendations, consumption trends, and environmental conditions are only a few variables that affect how frequently air conditioner maintenance checks should be performed.
However, as a general rule of thumb, getting your air conditioner serviced at least once yearly is advised.
An air conditioner’s annual maintenance refers to a thorough service carried out once a year to guarantee the system’s optimum performance, efficiency, and lifetime.
To inspect, clean, and tune up the various components of the air conditioner, a professional HVAC technician must complete several activities.
The quality of the unit, usage habits, maintenance needs, and environmental variables can all affect how long an air conditioner lasts.
An air conditioner can survive between 10 and 15 years on average with proper maintenance.
Inadequate cooling or insufficient cooling capacity is one of the most frequent issues with air conditioners.
This problem may have underlying causes, such as Dirty Air Filters, Refrigerant Leaks, Faulty Compressors, Electrical Issues, Frozen Evaporator Coils, Blocked Condenser Units, and Improper Sizing.