Cooling coils trap dust, soil, grime and other troublesome deposits that reduce the heat transfer efficiency of HVAC units. This buildup interferes with proper system operations. It also could be a source of microbial contamination.
Cleaning your coils removes dirt and other troublesome deposits that accumulate on cooling coils. This buildup causes reduced system efficiency as it interferes with the heat transfer process of HVAC units. Removal of built-up dirt and grime from cooling coils improves system efficiency, reduces electricity consumption, and increases system life. It also preserves the factory finish to minimize the possibility of water carry-over that can lead to microbial contamination in ductwork.
As part of your Indoor Air Quality and Building Preventive Maintenance Program, you should have coils cleaned on a regular interval. To maintain HVAC systems at top-peak performance and to eliminate the source of microbial contamination, coils should be cleaned at least every 6-12 months.
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Coil Cleaning let's A/C and Heating Systems maintain maximum efficiency through design air exchange. By cleaning the coil the objective of the process is to return the coil to maximum efficiency or as close to the manufactures designed pressure drop readings. Clean coils operating at maximum efficiency will reduce energy consumption by vaste amounts. In some documented cases cleaning clogged coils has been measured to save upwards of 20% energy consumption. In fact a sandwich wrapping thickness of debris on a coil can increase energy consumption over 20%. Clean coils also reduce the incidence of unwanted water leaks causes by blocked condensate drains. Clean coils also eliminates the noxious odors caused by debirs and mold build-up on the coil.