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del-air If you live in a region that is considerably hotter and more humid than the general population across the U.S., you need to be aware of seasonal air conditioning considerations. This will help you to better maintain your AC unit and also to pick the best air conditioner when you’re ready to upgrade. As a leader in AC installation and service, Del-Air prides itself on sitting down with clients to help them choose the best new units for their needs and maintain them through the years. Here are three things to remember to help maintain your AC’s integrity.
  • Increased dust and humidity make your AC unit work harder: Dust and humidity can make your AC’s job a great deal harder. Not only does humidity make your home feel hotter, forcing your system to run longer and stronger to achieve the same cooling effects, but it also impacts the quality of the air your family is breathing.
  • Dirt and wind restrict airflow: Contaminants like dirt can have a significant effect on airflow in your home. Dust and debris clog up air filters. Over time, it impedes their ability to stop allergens and other substances from getting inside. For best results, arrange for a professional to clean or replace filters on a regular basis. It’s also a good idea to open your windows now and then so fresh air can enter the home.
  • Protect AC coils from coastal corrosion: A common problem in coastal areas such as Florida, coastal corrosion occurs when salty ocean air erodes the metal components of your system, such as the coils. Over time, coastal erosion can affect the efficacy of your AC unit. In many cases, you will need to replace the coils or even the entire system to restore it to peak performance.
Contact Del-Air for AC Service The next time you talk to your Del-Air representative, inquire about these regional solutions so you can protect your investment in a newly installed central air system or better maintain the one you already have. For more information about our air conditioning services, call today at (855) 972-9943, or schedule your AC tune-up online.

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