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March 2020

How To Keep Your Air Conditioner Clean

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Importance Of Keeping Your Air Conditioner Clean A clean air conditioner is a happy air conditioner! Importance Of a Clean AC An air conditioner is generally one of those things you don't give a second thought to most of the time. It's job is to keep your house cool and as long as it's doing that then you have better things to think about. However, in order to keep your air conditioner happy and healthy, it is very important that it stays clean and free from debris, especially in hot weather when it's running. Did you know that the number one cause of breakdowns and a need for air conditioner repair is dirt and debris? Yep! Who knew a little dirt over time could do so much damage. Keeping Your Air Conditioner Clean Air conditioners thrive on getting proper air circulation when in use. If your ac unit is covered in dirt, grass or other debris, it can literally suffocate your air conditioner over time. Think of it this way, would you want to be wearing a heavy coat of something when it's already 80+ degrees out? I think not. Here are a few ways that you can ensure your air conditioner stays happy all Summer long: Be mindful when mowing around your air conditioner. It is very easy for grass clippings to get blown up and stuck to the walls of the ac unit. If this does happen, be sure to wash it off after you finish mowing the...
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Why Is My Air Conditioner Leaking Water?

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Is Your Air Conditioner Leaking Water Inside Your House? Believe it or not, this is actually a pretty common problem many people face with their air conditioners during the warmer months. Read on to find out what's going on! Help! Water Is Leaking On My Furnace! So the weather is hot outside, you happen to walk into your basement and see what seems to be water streaming onto your furnace from the top. What is going on? How can I stop it? Let's begin with stopping the problem first: Turn off your air conditioner at the thermostat immediately It's important to turn of your air conditioner as soon as possible to stop the flow of water onto your furnace. The interior of your furnace holds several electronic parts that can become damaged by the intrusion of water.  What Caused This To Happen? Did you know that your air conditioner is essentially one big dehumidifier? When your air conditioner runs, it actually pulls humidity (water) from the air. This humid air is pulled in via the return air vent and then blow over the evaporator coil to cool down the air. This process causes condensation (water beads) to form on the evaporator coil, which then is supposed fall into a drain pan and then exit your house via the condensate lines into a drain in the floor. However, it doesn't always happen this way as you are finding out now first hand! This points to the fact that there is obviously...
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