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Newberg Air Conditioning: DIY Maintenance Tips and Tricks for Your AC You can extend the lifespan of your air conditioning unit by having a regular maintenance and you’ll get to save money on your energy bill as well as on the cost of early replacement. According to HVAC experts, the best time to do a regular maintenance check is before the cooling season begins, and it pays off giving extra attention to your AC to operate it its full efficiency. A home’s HVAC system (Heating, Ventilating, and Air-Conditioning) consists of either a furnace and AC or heat pump, which both cools and heats, and both have interior evaporator and blower, and exterior compressor and condenser coil. Allow us to give you some tips to maintain your AC applying to whole-home AC or heat pump unit. The dangers of working with an appliance electrical system and its moving parts poses great risk to safety, so you have to turn off your AC power completely and unplug it from the power source or outlet. When indoors, turn the power off located on the breaker box, and if outdoor, just locate the shut-off box near the exterior compressor or condenser. With the use of a wrench or screwdriver, you can remove the fasteners and lift the fan grill or cage away from the top of the unit, then wet or dry vacuum to clean the dust and dirt from the unit’s interior. Use a strong stream from a garden hose to clean the fins, spraying inside out to blast any buildup of dirt and debris, and prevent using a pressure washer that may damage the fins. Any reduction in your units air-flow reduces efficiency, so it is important to straighten bent fins using a commercially available fin straightening tool or butter knife to gently straighten bent fins. Once you are done cleaning the interior, put back the fan cage, and cut back branches and other vegetation around on the outside condenser at least two feet in all directions, and rake back debris and leaves to ensure unobstructed airflow around the unit. Over time, soil can settle on the pad upon which the condenser unit sits, so it is essential inspecting and leveling the unit by using rot-resistant shims. You need to remove foil duct tapes and unscrew bolts and screws to clean the evaporator coils, dust the coils using a soft brush, spray a commercially available no-rinse coil cleaner, drain drip into the pan, and clean the pan with soap, hot water, and bleach. To clear any growing biological matter for plugged evaporator, use wet/dry vacuum for 2-3 minutes then turn off. Change the blower filter at least twice a year before the heating season begins. You can visit our website or homepage for professional HVAC services.5 Key Takeaways on the Road to Dominating Equipment

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