Generally, evaporator coil and condenser coil of most of the air conditioners accumulate dirt from time to time. A clean filter could prevents the evaporator coil from soiling quickly. Nevertheless, the evaporator coil will still accumulate dust or dirt. The accumulated dust reduces airflow and insulates the coil, reducing its ability to absorb heat. In order to ensure your air conditioner is in good working condition (with optimum cooling effect), checking your evaporator coil from time to time (preferably every half yearly) is necessary and clean it when needed.
Outdoor condenser coils will also accumulate dust especially if the outdoor environment is dusty. One could easily notice if dirt is accumulating on its fins.
It is best practice to avoid or minimize dirt and debris around the condenser unit. Cleaning the area around the coil, removing any debris, and trimming foliage back at least 2 feet (0.6 meters) allow for adequate airflow around the condenser.
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Full Chemical Service
Dianoge and repair all brands of air conditioner
Gas Top up
Installation & dismantle of air conditioners
Sale & purchase of new / trade in of old aircon.
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