Dirty coils can reduce cooling capacity by up to
Dirty coils can drop energy efficiency up to
Dirty coils can reduce evaporate fan power up to
what is aN A/C EVAPORATOR COIL?
The A/C evaporator coil is responsible for cooling the air in your building. It absorbs the heat from the air inside your building and works with your condenser coil to complete the heat exchange process that produces cool air.
At Advanced we are proud to offer GREEN CLEANING that is not only good for your A/C Evaporator Coil but the environment.
GREEN CLEANING is a sanitation system utilized to clean the A/C Evaporator Coil. It’s effectiveness of Listeria, E coli, Salmonella and other pathogens make this method ideal for processing facilities where cross contamination is a concern. This process meets both USDA & FDC indoor standards.
GREEN CLEANING utilizes a probiotic pre-treatment in conjunction with steam for effective sanitation and deep cleaning. The system reaches up to 330 degrees Fahrenheit and can produce the correct amount of steam, with water pressure, to be most effective in removing heavy stains and grime while sanitizing the areas.
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Why clean your A/C Evaporator Coil?
Keeping your a/c evaporator coil clean is critical to maintain the efficiency of your HVAC system. Dirty coils can increase the energy use of your A/C unit by up to 30%. Poorly maintained coils cases cause other issues like the ones included below.
mold & bacteria growth
Additionally, A/C evaporator coils are the number one spot for mold and bacteria growth in your air duct system due to the combination of moisture, a food source (i.e. dust and debris) and a porous surface. If you A/C coil is NOT cleaned, mold will continue to reproduce and become airborne throughout your building.
OUR cleaning process
Technician will contact vacuum the coil to remove any heavy containments.
Next, the technician will chemically treat the coil from both sides to loosen dirt and breakdown debris.
The technician then washes the coil with water to remove all dirt and debris.
Finally, the technician will apply an antimicrobial to the coil to help prevent mold growth.
Importance of Maintenance A/C Evaporator Coil Cleaning
Advanced Air Duct Cleaning has answers
In order to avoid mold build up and maintain your system working efficiently, your building can get on a routine maintenance schedule. We offer maintenance cleaning contracts of your Air Handling Units and A/C Evaporator Coil.
Routine maintenance frequency can vary based on the season as well as industry. During the cooling season, cleanings should occur every three months and annually during regular scheduled preventative maintenance.