Home Air Conditioning Repair in the Denver, CO, Area
This summer is sure to be a hot one for the Denver, CO, area. How do you know if your home’s air conditioning system is up to the task?
Take a look at the tips below, then contact us for any home air conditioner repair work you need.
Use Our AC Spring Cleaning Checklist
A home’s air conditioner is responsible for keeping the air in a home cool, but it’s also responsible for keeping the air clean and your family healthy. If your air conditioner has been sitting dormant all winter, this quick checklist can help you get it ready for the coming warm weather:
- Change the filter. Air conditioning filters should be changed regularly every three months or so, but yours may need to be changed more often if you live in a dusty environment or if anyone in your household suffers from allergies.
- Clean out the vents. Spring is a good time to vacuum out as much of the vents and ducts as you can reach in order to get rid of the winter’s build-up of dust.
- Clear the area around the unit. The outdoor condenser unit of your air conditioning system needs adequate airflow to function properly. If weeds and leaves have collected around the unit, clear them away so the unit can “breathe.”
- Check on the drainage. The water that condenses in your air conditioner has to go somewhere. Check the drainage tube of the indoor unit to make sure there are no leaks and that the tube is directed into a pipe or a drain pan to collect water.
If you notice problems with any of these areas of your air conditioning system, make sure to give us a call. We can inspect the unit and let you know what steps to take next.
You may think your home’s air conditioner isn’t worth fixing. If you’re interested in a new home air conditioning installation, we can help you find the right model and size to keep your home cool and comfortable this summer.
Call a Professional
To learn more or to have us take a look at your air conditioner, call us at 1-866-VERY-SMART (866-837-9762) or fill out our online contact form.