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Clean Coils Save Money

Many people assume HVAC annual service plans include coil cleaning. Except this is rarely true – leaving a central point of your heating and cooling system neglected. 

Regular maintenance is too important to ignore, this is why the US Dept of Energy and manufacturers recommend coils are cleaned annually.

Core Value’s trusted professional coil cleaning increases the value of your heating and cooling system. 

Furnace and coil diagram

Coils absorb heat, resulting in cool air to transfer through your home. Regular maintenance improves your heating and cooling system.

Certified Professionals

Following the ACR Standard (Air, Cleaning and Restoration of HVAC Systems) by NADCA, your coil is inspected to determine the appropriate cleaning method. Our technicians are trained in both Type 1 (dry) and Type 2 (wet) cleaning. 

Type 1 cleaning is done using contact vacuuming and compressed air washing. Our technicians use high-powered vacuums, brushes and specialized air compressed tools to restore the coil.

Type 2 cleanings use an environmentally-friendly enzyme cleaner applied by our technicians using high-pressure washing equipment.

Core Value cleans the drain pan and ensures the condensate line is in good condition.

Evaporator Coil

Located in your furnace, the evaporator coil absorbs heat. The fins of the coil give it a larger surface area to absorb heat and allow cool air to pass through your home. It evaporates the refrigerant into a gas that is transferred to the condenser.

A dirty evaporator coil has a reduced surface area, limiting heat absorption. This makes the unit work harder to create your desired temperature.

Buildup on the coil places stress on your system by restricting airflow. It also becomes a breeding ground for harmful bacterial growths.

Condenser Coil

Located outside, the condenser coil disperses heat sent from the evaporator coil. The refrigerant is then condensed back to a liquid, to be sent to the evaporator. A clean condenser coil transfers good refrigerant to the evaporator so that it can more effectively absorb heat. 

Buildup creates a barrier between your system and the outside air. Not being able to properly disperse heat places a burden on your system and reduces the efficiency of the evaporator.

Cleaning both coils increases longevity, energy efficiency and provides increased comfort.

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