How Clean is your Home Air Conditioning System?

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Air cleanliness is a very important factor to consider when it comes to your home air conditioning system. Your Air conditioning system is the lungs of your home, and not only does it affect the quality of air you breathe, but it can also have a big impact on your system’s efficiency and performance.

Air cleanliness is defined as the absence of dust, dirt, pollen, and other particles from the air. When these particles accumulate in your air conditioning system, they can reduce the efficiency of the system and can cause it to break down leading to premature failure. In addition, they can clog and damage the filters, leading to higher energy costs and a decrease in the quality of air being circulated.

To ensure your air conditioning system is operating at peak efficiency, it is important to keep the air clean and free of contaminants. This can be done by regularly changing the air filters and using a high-efficiency filter, which is designed to trap even the smallest particles. Additionally, as with any indoor environment you should keep the indoor air clean by vacuuming the floors, dusting the furniture, and airing out the rooms frequently.

In addition to the air cleanliness in your home, it is also important to maintain the cleanliness of the air conditioning system itself. This can be done by regularly cleaning and replacing the air filters, as well as ensuring that the system is free of debris, dust, and dirt. It is also important to have the system inspected regularly and make sure all components are in good working order.

Air cleanliness is essential to ensuring your home air conditioning system is running efficiently and effectively. Regularly changing the air filters (or using a high efficiency filter), as well as keeping the indoor air clean, will help to ensure your system is running at its peak performance. Additionally, maintaining the cleanliness of the system itself will help to extend its life, reduce energy costs, and improve the quality of air being circulated.

The team at Mojo Air can provide you an your home with expert service and inspections on your home air conditioning systems. The following are some issues for home Ac system we look out for:

  1. Dust, mould and debris from the indoor and outdoor unit, including the fan blades and coils.
  2. Vacuum or wipe down the air filter on the indoor unit.
  3. Clean or pump out the condensate drain line.
  4. Clean the outdoor unit with a garden hose and a soft brush.
  5. Check the electrical connections and tighten if necessary.
  6. Check the refrigerant levels and top up if necessary.
  7. Checks on dust and debris build up in the flexible ducts and grills

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