Learn How You Can Safely Clean Your Home’s HVAC Unit

Your HVAC unit does a lot of hard work to keep your home cool in the summer and warm in the winter. Over time, this unit can become dirty, especially if it’s exposed to debris. A dirty HVAC unit has to work even harder to keep your home comfortable, which leads to excessive wear and tear. Keep the following HVAC cleaning tips in mind to properly maintain your HVAC unit.

Outdoor Coils

The coils in your outdoor HVAC unit can become covered in dirt and other debris. This prevents them from being able to work as efficiently as possible. After turning power off to your HVAC unit, you can perform gentle HVAC cleaning on the coils.

Condenser Fins

The condenser fins in your HVAC unit can also become dirty over time. You can carefully brush debris off or use a vacuum with a soft-brush attachment to remove stubborn dirt and debris, but make sure you don’t accidentally bend any of the fins.

Air Ducts and Vents

Your air ducts and vents are part of your HVAC system overall. These areas can become dusty and dirty, which affects your indoor air quality (IAQ). If you have the right equipment, you can clean your air ducts to remove debris and dust. With vents, you can remove them and wipe them down to get rid of dust and debris.

Professional HVAC Cleaning

If you don’t have the time or the tools to keep your HVAC system as clean as possible, consider having HVAC technicians handle it for you. HVAC technicians have the equipment needed and know how to eliminate debris from all parts of your HVAC system. This helps ensure that your HVAC system can efficiently cool and heat your home as needed throughout the year.

If you need help with HVAC cleaning, please contact NisAir Air Conditioning and Heating today for information about our residential services. We provide heating and cooling services for homeowners in Palm Beach, Martin, and Indian River counties.

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