Evaporator Coil Services | Cleaning & Repair
Evaporator coil services, cleaning and repair can be a messy job. Let the pros at Express Pros heating do it for you – quick and inexpensive. Call 7 days a week at 303-420-0420. Try out some of our online specials and coupons by clicking here.
Dirt and debris (like leaves) that accumulate on your air conditioner coils and can block airflow across the coil. Any extra drag on the system and coil can lead to an increase in your utility bill. Even worse, if airflow to your coil is severely compromised, you could have a serious problem on your hands. Luckily Express Pros are licensed and experienced in all aspects of coil cleaning and repair.
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Evaporator Coil And Condenser Coil – What’s The Difference?
Evaporator Coils subtract heat from indoor air and transfers it outside. Keeping the coils clean is vital for effective heat exchange. If dust and debris collect on your evaporator coil the debris can prevent warm air from reaching the cold metal and compromise the efficacy of your AC system.
Condenser coils are located outside of your home in the HVAC system. They transfer heat to the outdoor air. Like the evaporator coil they are a heat transfer site, albeit moving in the opposite direction.
Like evaporators, condensers typically contain copper, or other metals that easily transfer heat. Their vanes are built into the exterior unit to facilitate cooling. Your air conditioner runs more efficiently when excess heat leaves the system quickly, so keeping the coils clean can lower your utility bills and lengthen the lifespan of your system.
Ice On The Cooling Coil
At Express Pros, we’ve seen a lot of iced-up evaporators. We can quickly ascertain where the problem lies in your coils when we see it. Think of an ice cold glass of water on a hot and humid day, developing condensation. Evaporation coils can collect droplets of water much like those droplets of condensation and they can freeze on the coil’s surfaces. Our licensed techs can find out where the water is coming from, and remedy the issue.
Debris On The Cooling Coil
Blocked air flow from debris stuck to the interior side of the cooling coil is a prime reason for air conditioner under performance. Our trained engineers can help you get the right kind of filters installed and give you tips to keep your coils clean.
Cleaning interior or exterior coils is a job best left for the professionals. Calling HVAC specialists – such as the certified technicians at Express Pros – is the way to go. Call 303-420-0420 today.