Why is air conditioning maintenance important?

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As the summer heatwave approaches, it’s more important than ever to stay on top of your air conditioning maintenance. We rely on air-con to keep our pubs, clubs, offices, gyms, and even homes, cool and comfortable throughout the year. However, to do this the air conditioning units need to be well looked after. 

Like most electrical appliances, air conditioning will suffer from daily wear and tear as a result of regular use. If it is not well maintained, this use will cause problems at some point in the air conditioning unit’s lifetime, however, if you keep on top of your air conditioning maintenance, you’ll be ensuring that your system continues to run smoothly through the hot and sticky months.

Some of the benefits of regular air conditioning maintenance include…

Consistent performance

Regular air conditioning maintenance can help diagnose, and prevent possible breakdowns. Problems that are spotted early on are, generally, quicker and easier to fix. Problems that are ignored for too long can begin to worsen, or even cause other parts of the air conditioning unit to break, which will mean a more expensive repair fee. 

Longer lifespan

Regular air conditioning maintenance will find faults before they become larger issues, which can prolong the lifespan of individual parts, and also the air conditioning unit as a whole.

Better energy efficiency, and lower bills

With energy prices soaring, and being set to increase further, one of the best benefits of air conditioning maintenance is the impact it has on your unit’s efficiency. Cleaning your system means the air filters and coils won’t have to overwork, and use more energy than they need to. In turn, this efficiency will reduce your energy bills and your carbon footprint.

Better air quality 

It’s a common misconception that air con just ‘cools’ the air, but this is not quite true. As well as keeping the building at a comfortable temperature, air conditioning also cleans and dehumidifies the air. Dehumidifying the air will minimise the amount of condensation that builds up within the building, therefore reducing the risk of mould and mildew developing. 

If you think your unit needs some air conditioning maintenance, there are plenty of reasons above to give us a call. Just get in touch and we will arrange a visit.

Posted By on July 29th, 2022 in Air Conditioning

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