Spring Hill Dirty Evaporator Coils?

Do you have dirty evaporator coils? If you do, it will now not allow effective heat transfer. This causes your AC in your Hernando, Pasco, Pinellas, and Hillsborough home to work harder to provide the same amount of cooling. This in turn burns out parts and drives up the cost of your electric bill.

Routine AC service will ensure your coils are clean and can help ensure your AC unit is performing correctly and efficiently. Experienced air conditioning contractors like CoolQuest Air Conditioning Service and Repair, possess the specialized tools and know how to properly clean debris off of evaporator coils without damaging the system.

                                                                                                                                                                     

Would you want to breathe air that passes through this dirty thing?

Without proper maintenance, your evaporator coil could look like this one.

 

In this picture, the coil is so dirty, that it is restricting the amount of air that can flow through it.  The dried chunks of dirt that you see flaking off are typical for a dirty coil and could contain animal dander, animal hair, human hair and skin flakes, dirt, molds, bacteria, viruses, pollen, smoke, and slimy algae.

What can you do about it?

Most commonly, evaporator coils are cleaned with special chemicals along with a biocide treatment to reduce future organic growth for those indoor coils that are severely impacted with dirt.

Call Cool Quest Today we will get the Evaporator clean!

Hernando (352) 270-3312

Pasco (727) 828-6597

Pinellas & Hillsborough (813) 261-4776

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