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Preventing the Need for Air Conditioning Repair

We tend to use our air conditioners a lot in Tampa, FL. With all that wear and tear, it’s no wonder that our air conditioners require repair at some point during their service lives. Yet, while repair may be necessary at times, there are ways to reduce the chances of repair, no matter how old your system is. Preventive maintenance is the best way to ensure that your air conditioning system works effectively and efficiently. For more information about how to prevent the need for air conditioning repair in Tampa, FL, call Ierna’s Heating & Cooling today!

Here are some tips to reduce the risk of AC repairs this summer:

  • Regularly change your air filter: When your air filter becomes dirty or clogged, then it can significantly reduce the ability of your AC to cool your home effectively and efficiently. It can increase energy costs and reduce airflow, but it can also cause system damage. In particular, your evaporator coil may freeze over.
  • Enroll in a maintenance plan: Professional routine maintenance is the best way to improve the energy efficiency of your home and to prevent the need for major costly repairs throughout the year. Whether you have a ductless mini split or a central air, it needs to be taken care of in order to operate well. Inspection, cleaning, and precision tune-ups will help you achieve this.
  • Clear debris: Make sure to keep the areas surrounding your indoor and outdoor units clear of debris. This is especially important in the case of your outdoor compressor/condenser, which requires sufficient airflow circulation to dissipate heat. During the year, twigs, leaves, and other debris can build up on the top and sides of your unit. They can cause mechanical damage to your exhaust fan components and the compressor, but they can also reduce the efficacy of the refrigerant cycle, which can cause malfunction in other areas of the system.

If you do need air conditioning repair in Tampa, FL, get in touch with the professionals at Ierna’s Heating & Cooling today! 

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