The Importance Of Clean Condenser Coils

Your condenser coils won’t work correctly if they are caked with dirt and grime. When they work as they should, the refrigerant inside the coil releases heat and condenses from a gaseous state back to liquid form. If the refrigerant can’t effectively release its heat, it won’t adequately cool down the air when it returns to the evaporator coil.

Done by the Pros

Cleaning the coils on your A/C system is not an easy job. However, it can be accomplished with the right tools and products. Our team members got what it takes to do the job right the first go around.

We use caution, as the coil cleaning solution is highly acidic. We wear protective gloves and safety glasses to avoid getting the solution on the skin.  Our technician will apply gentle pressure when spraying the coils. They are easily damaged, and we do not want the solution to splash back on our tech.

Before we get to work, we will turn off the power to your system for a few minutes

Spraying the dirty coils liberally with a coil-cleaning solution. We use an alkaline-based foamer. It dissolves dirt and grime and also works as a degreaser.

Waiting 15 minutes for the solution to work. Then we rinse the solution thoroughly from the coils, ensuring it has all been removed. When rinsing, we occasionally stop to avoid overflow of the drain pan.

If needed, we use a wet-dry vacuum to remove any remaining water and dirt from the drain pan.

Cleaning the condenser coils is a messy job that not everyone wants to take on. Just leave the job to our professionals at Smithson Valley Services. We will be more than willing to do the job for you and return your air conditioning system to operating at peak performance.

You Can Trust The Professionals

We have licensed technicians who can repair any installed unit.
Call 210-202-8400 today to schedule an appointment.

When choosing an A/C system for your Texas Hill Country home, you should consult our experts to advise you on what is best for your home. We are happy to give you expert advice on available systems and the best placement for your system.