None of us here needs an introduction to Florida’s heat, and we all know how difficult it is to survive the summers without an AC. However, your ductless AC will need periodic maintenance to function at its best. We can take care of both installation and maintenance of your AC. Our Millian-Aire Club (MAC) members get excellent benefits that ensure the complete health of their ACs. Here are a few things that you should know about your ductless AC maintenance:
Ductless Units Require Cleaning
The condensate lines may clog sometimes and affect your AC’s water drainage. And if this happens, it means big trouble. The AC unit may seize up or stop working completely. And that will spell d-i-s-a-s-t-e-r in the middle of a Florida summer.
You should clean the condensate lines and evaporating coils on a periodic basis to maximize efficiency, and to avoid any future problems. A good AC technician will get rid of any dirt or dust from the evaporator coil, eliminate any debris from the condensate drain, and ensure that your indoor air is healthy for you and your family.
Maintenance Improves Efficiency
Scheduled maintenance and professional upkeep will keep your cooling unit operating without any trouble. An AC professional will clean the coils, adjust the fan belts, and lubricate all the moving components. This routine maintenance will reduce your home’s power consumption, saving you money on your electricity bills.
The Ideal Maintenance Routine
Though most cooling systems require maintenance once in a year, ductless mini-splits need biannual care. Since these systems heat pumps providing heating as well as cooling functions, they are subjected to more wear and tear, and consequently need maintenance twice a year.
Performing a regular check can help prevent bigger issues later. While it might be tempting to do some of these things on your own, you might run the risk of making things worse and destroying it. Are you experiencing issues with your ductless unit? If yes, get in touch with us today. Enjoy a cool summer without paying high utility bills.