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Central Air Conditioner Spring Checklist

Central Air ConditionerA central air conditioner, in good working order, is one of the best ways to beat the heat and humidity that accompany Minnesota summers.

And while Minneapolis and St. Paul residents may be thinking more “spring fever” than “heat wave,” there is no better time than spring to ensure your AC is up to the ensuing challenge.  Remember, AC specialists are busiest in the summer.

This spring, think summer, by completing this quick central air conditioner maintenance checklist.  If unsure how to complete any of the items below, contact a central AC professional for help.

  • Run the AC the first time it hits 70 degrees to ensure it is working properly
  • Cut power to the AC before conducting any maintenance
  • Make your air conditioner accessible by trimming any shrubs
  • Brush away any dirt accumulated on the evaporator unit by using a garden hose with light pressure
  • Replace furnace filters even though the heat portion won’t be used

Each step above will help bring your central air conditioner out of hibernation. Once these steps are complete, check the drain pipes for any clogs by the furnace from your indoor coil to a drain or condensate pump.

 

And again — when in doubt — contact a central AC professional for help.

 

To receive all of the latest air conditioning tips, subscribe to the Welter Heating blog today.

Plus, you should follow us on Twitter and become a Welter Heating fan on Facebook.

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Central Air Conditioner Spring Checklist

Central Air ConditionerA central air conditioner, in good working order, is one of the best ways to beat the heat and humidity that accompany Minnesota summers.

And while Minneapolis and St. Paul residents may be thinking more “spring fever” than “heat wave,” there is no better time than spring to ensure your AC is up to the ensuing challenge.  Remember, AC specialists are busiest in the summer.

This spring, think summer, by completing this quick central air conditioner maintenance checklist.  If unsure how to complete any of the items below, contact a central AC professional for help.

  • Run the AC the first time it hits 70 degrees to ensure it is working properly
  • Cut power to the AC before conducting any maintenance
  • Make your air conditioner accessible by trimming any shrubs
  • Brush away any dirt accumulated on the evaporator unit by using a garden hose with light pressure
  • Replace furnace filters even though the heat portion won’t be used

Each step above will help bring your central air conditioner out of hibernation. Once these steps are complete, check the drain pipes for any clogs by the furnace from your indoor coil to a drain or condensate pump.

 

And again — when in doubt — contact a central AC professional for help.

 

To receive all of the latest air conditioning tips, subscribe to the Welter Heating blog today.

Plus, you should follow us on Twitter and become a Welter Heating fan on Facebook.

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