In Florida, with warm temperatures all year, the last thing you want is an air conditioner that is not working at peak performance. Plus, it is a waste of electricity and money to have an inefficient air conditioner. There are multiple parts of the device that may need cleaning and a variety of ways you can go about cleaning them yourself.
These handy folks explain, in simple terms, how air conditioning coils work, the effect dirt and debris has on efficiency and, best of all, how to clean it yourself.
A common problem with air conditioners is rotting insulation. Check out instructions on how to fix this issue.
Vents are a frequently overlooked part of air conditioning systems when it comes to cleaning. They can be tough to clean, too, with all those tiny slats. Read these tips on how to clean return vent covers.
The ducts that circulate air throughout your home gather dust and debris. Check out these tips for cleaning air ducts.
For visual learners, watch this video for a step-by-step guide to cleaning window air conditioners safely.
If DIY cleaning methods simply do not work, or if you want to skip the hassle altogether, the pros at Climate Design can do the work for you.