Professional Cleaning for Dirty HVAC Coils

Decreased energy efficiency in an air conditioning unit can quickly become a problem for any homeowner, and the usual culprit is a dirty or clogged evaporator or condenser coil. If you’ve seen your monthly utility bill skyrocket during the summer, chances are you need to have your AC coils professionally cleaned. At Quamec in Miami, we’ve found all kinds of dirt and debris lodged in HVAC coils and after cleaning them out, we’ve seen a dramatic increase in efficiency.

Dirt and debris in your cooling system, and specifically on the coils, can decrease heat transfer, making it more difficult for your AC to work properly. It also decreases the cooling capacity of your air conditioner, which can have a negative effect on its lifespan and operating efficiency. Since the system is working so much harder to cool your home, other components may begin to break down and require more extensive repairs or replacement in the future. It’s a good idea to have your coils cleaned every year, and hiring a professional is the best way to ensure that it’s done properly, not to mention minimizing the risk of injury if you attempt to do it yourself.

If you need condenser or evaporator coil cleaning in the Miami area, contact Quamec right away. We’ll check each coil and replace parts as needed, and are always precise and thorough on each job. We want to get your AC back to optimal working capacity and bring your energy bills down, making your summers more enjoyable.

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Great service and rates. Appt was for an earlier time however I was informed that due to the job ahead of me they would be late to my appointment. That kind of service is important especially when it’s 90 degrees outside and you’re sitting in a condo and its 88 degrees inside. They quickly diagnosed and repaired my problem. THANK YOU!!

Mark K.
Repair and Service of AC Unit, Quamec