During a routine service call, a technician will check the air conditioning unit’s indoor filter and refrigerant levels. The unit will then be cleaned and inspected for any potential problems. Your central air conditioning unit should be serviced annually to prevent any problems from occurring and to keep the system running at maximum efficiency all year long.
A Bedford homeowner had been remiss in scheduling the maintenance for his air conditioning unit. Realizing his oversight, he contacted Joyce Cooling & Heating. His first question was a common one, what could he expect form the service call.
Checking for Problems and a Thorough Cleaning Keeps the Unit Running Efficiently
On a preventative maintenance call the first thing a technician will do is to check the unit for any problems. This includes inspecting the indoor air filter and refrigerant levels. This is a great way to identify any issues, such as a refrigerant leak, that could be affecting the unit’s performance.
The technician will clean the outdoor unit using a special industrial cleaner designed especially for air
Conditioning systems. This specialized cleaner foams and then expands, pushing any dirt down and out
of the unit. The unit will then be hosed off to remove the cleaner and any remaining dirt.
Cleaning the outdoor air conditioning unit yourself can be challenging because the unit is sealed. This process is best left to a professional like the team at Joyce Cooling & Heating. Customers can take advantage of the preventative maintenance program that ensures that your air conditioning unit is kept in peak working order all year long.