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Air Conditioning For Your Home

Home air conditioning is a wonderful way to add the finishing touches to your home comfort levels. Whether you wish to cool your home in the summer months or heat it during winter, air conditioning is a flexible way to ensure your home remains the pinnacle of comfort and a relaxing environment to be in.

How Air Conditioning Works

Air conditioners pull the heat from inside your home outside to cool your home. The cold air that then enters your home is hot air from outside drawn over cooling pipes called an evaporator coil. The cooling pipes are filled with a refrigerant liquid that changes from liquid to gas as it absorbs the hot air. The energy used to power your air conditioning is generated from a motor within the unit.

ceiling air ventilation and wall fan coil unit diagram

How to Maintain Your Air Conditioning

Routine maintenance checks are required to ensure your air conditioning is kept in quality working order. Most maintenance can be handled by the consumer, but some more complex air conditioning units may require a professional service. In order to keep your air conditioning in good working order it’s advisable to ensure any dust or dirt is regularly removed from the filters. If your air conditioning unit stops producing cool air it could mean that you have refridgerant or air flow issues that may need servicing.

How To Make Your Air Conditioning Energy Efficient

It’s important to get the most of your air conditioning at home so to improve the unit’s efficiency it’s advisable to seal up any leaky ducts. You should also keep an eye on the filters to ensure they are always clean and free from dust and grit. You must also not forget about the outdoor condenser unit to make sure it doesn’t get blocked by leaves or litter that might blow into it from outside.
For more information on purchases air conditioning for your home or air conditioning servicing and maintenance in the London and Surrey areas, speak to one of our friendly advisors at info@splitlevelairconditioning.co.uk

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