How to Get Your AC Unit Ready for Summer

When the temperature rises and the season changes, you do not want to be caught simmering in the very hot summer heat. You may risk getting heatstroke if you are overexposed to heat. The last thing that you want to happen on the first day of summer is to find out that your air conditioner is not working. This is why it is very essential to always maintain your air-conditioner.

During the cold seasons, your air conditioner may have been sitting idle. Even if your air conditioner unit is not working, it will collect debris and particles on the internal components such as the barrel fan, coil and filters. Before the summer heat hits you, you must perform some cleaning maintenance and minor checks to ensure that your air conditioner is in great shape.

Clean Your Filters

An air-conditioning filter is used to prevent dust, pollen, smoke, and grease from coming inside the air conditioner unit. Filters are vital to ensure a better air quality inside a home or office. The air containing the contaminants is trapped in the filter which is why it is important to be cleaned. If your air-conditioner is left unclean, bio-toxic materials will remain inside your AC unit.

Have Your Air-Con Professionally Cleaned by An ACWWA Certified Technician

In some cases, people tend to prefer doing the maintenance of their air conditioner units. However, there is only so much you can do. Cleaning the various parts of an air-con requires fit for purpose equipment. It is easy to miss the areas that require thorough cleaning. Unclean air conditioners will make you deal with bad air quality inside your home or office.

When hiring a technician to clean your air conditioner units, make sure that they are certified by the Air Conditioner Wet Wash Association or ACWWA, to ensure that you will be assured with a clean and sanitation of your AC unit. In some cases, other people present themselves as air-conditioner cleaners, only for you to discover that they have not thoroughly cleaned your air conditioner and the bio-toxic material is still in your AC unit.

HydroKleen is an Exclusive Partner of National Asthma Council Australia’s Sensitive Choice program with a cleaning agent that is asthma and allergy approved.

All HydroKleen Technicians use fit for purpose cleaning equipment and are Air Conditioner Wet Wash Association (ACWWA) Certified Wet Wash Specialist Technicians. They will clean your AC unit back to ‘As New’ hygienic condition under the ACWWA HVAC Wet Wash Guidelines for Ductless Split Systems.  A Verification Seal will be affixed to your unit to confirm the clean has been completed to ACWWA’s Guidelines.

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