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Coil Cleaning

Evaoporator coils can become extremely dirty and encrusted with dirt, slime, and sludge. Our skilled service technicians can clean your coils back to factory specifications.

A dirty evaporator coil can cause:

  • reduced air flow
  • higher electric bills
  • reduced efficiancy
  • mold growth
  • coil freezing
  • reduced equipment life

To prevent coils from becoming dirty you should change your air filter every 1 to 3 months with a quality filter and have your system serviced and coils checked yearly.

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