Clean That Air Conditioner Condenser Now to Avoid Downtime This Summer

Clean That Air Conditioner Condenser Now to Avoid Downtime This SummerThe summer will be here before you know it, and it’s time to check and clean your air conditioner condenser to make sure your air conditioner is in the best shape. Cleaning your air conditioner condenser should be a yearly activity to help your unit work efficiently and help cut power costs. You don’t want to overload the unit, which could result in you having an air conditioning failure. Although a beautiful place to be in the summer, Portland is not a place you want to be without a fully working air conditioner during those days where the heat becomes extreme. After a full day of biking or at the beach, having a cool home is a lifesaver.

The air conditioning condenser is a huge part of the unit and includes the compressor, condenser coils and fins, and refrigerant. It may all sound technical, but if you want your air conditioner to work at optimal levels, it’s best to know what to do and how to do it. Have a blast this summer – in the cool!

For helpful tips and expert advice on cleaning your condenser or having it cleaned, contact the top heating and cooling service in Portland. In business since 1976, Roth Heating & Cooling is there for you!

Our goal is to help educate our customers in the Metro Portland area about energy and home comfort issues (specific to HVAC systems).  For more information about air conditioner condensers and other HVAC topics, download our free Home Comfort Resource guide.

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2 thoughts on “Clean That Air Conditioner Condenser Now to Avoid Downtime This Summer

  1. Air One AC

    True advice. AC condenser is the biggest part and it’s the right time to service your machine. Take care your AC on time and it’ll do the same for you.

    Thanks!

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