Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) September 04, 2013
Air Care Cooling & Heating stated, while Arizona is known for its hot, dry climate, every summer the monsoon season comes and suddenly the home air conditioner is far more important. A swamp cooler can make a home bearable during the dry heat, but once the humidity starts to spike, an air conditioner is vital. An air conditioner not only cools the home but it also pulls the humidity out of the home, making the entire indoor environment much more comfortable since high humidity makes a hot day feel hotter and stuffier. While the air conditioning unit is imperative in getting through a Mesa summer in comfort, the Arizona Monsoon season can and does affect your air conditioner.
Air Care has provided a few tips for better air flow. One of the first problems you might notice with the onslaught of Monsoon season are dirty air filters. While the humidity might skyrocket, dust storms are common before the heavy rains hit. Stirring dust gets into your home’s air filters, making the Mesa air conditioner work harder to circulate the air in the home. That can not only lead to a warmer home, but higher energy costs even with a top of the line air conditioning unit. Clean air filters not only help your air conditioning system run at its best, they also help prevent toxins and excess dust from accumulating in your home. As the dust continues to swirl in the Mesa area, consumers with clean air filters can rest assured that they are being protected from allergy problems and keeping out other contaminants that could get stuck in the home with all of the excess dust.
The best way to prevent HVAC air filters from becoming too dirty is to inspect them once a month. If the air filters look over clogged with dust and dirt, changing them will get the air conditioning unit operating smoothly once again. Air Care Cooling & Heating and their NATE certified technicians can help homeowners inspect their air filters and change them as needed as one of our many Air Conditioning maintenance plans.
Another side effect of the Arizona monsoon season is the increased humidity that can clog an air conditioning condensation line. When a central air conditioning system pulls the moisture out of the air inside a home, the water can collect on the evaporator coils and is then drained via the condensation line. If the condensation line gets clogged with all of the dust and moisture, it can cause the air conditioning system to actually back up the water into the home, causing damage to floors, walls, and ceilings. Having your condensation line inspected with your air filters once a month can keep an air conditioner effectively pulling the humidity out and not dumped back inside the home.
Though monsoon season can bring some interesting weather patterns to Arizona, Homeowners can keep their Mesa HVAC system running and combating the heat through just a few preventative measures.