Understanding How Often to Service Your Mini Split for the Best Performance
A ductless mini-split both heats and cools, which makes it a popular choice for homeowners, but it also means that it experiences more wear and tear than a traditional air conditioner or furnace. Due to its continued use, it will need more maintenance. Having your mini-split professionally serviced each spring and fall will keep it in good shape for a long time to come.
During each of our maintenance service visits, we’ll thoroughly inspect your mini-split ductless system. Our technician will clean the coils found in your outdoor unit in order to remove the dust, dirt, and debris that can build up over time. This allows your system to continue operating correctly.
We also take care of the indoor air handlers, ensuring that the blower assembly and fan wheel are properly balanced. Additionally, we inspect all of the connections and make sure they are secure. Our team checks refrigerant lines and the remote controls to see if they are operating as they should.
Between Routine Maintenance Visits
While you want to call [conpany_name] in Louisville for all of your ductless mini-split services, there is something you can do between those twice-a-year visits. Be sure to change your filter every four to six weeks. Otherwise, dust and dirt will build up and block the airflow. This, along with our routine maintenance, will improve your air quality, lower your energy costs, and extend the lifespan of your ductless mini-spit system.
Your Heating and Cooling Professionals
Murphy Company Heating & Cooling has been providing Louisville and the surrounding areas with heating, cooling, and air quality services for 50 years. Our NATE-certified technicians are here to help you with new system installations, routine repair work, and preventative maintenance. While we are a Carrier factory-authorized dealer, we do work with all makes and models. As a BBB-accredited company, we put customer satisfaction first. Call Murphy Company Heating & Cooling in Louisville today for more information.