Here’s how monsoon season can wreak havoc on air conditioning units
Most Arizona residents know lightning, rain and dust can be dangerous for Valley drivers, but did you know these weather issues and monsoon season can also damage your air conditioning unit? Monsoon storms can make your AC work harder, or worse yet, stop working altogether.
The monsoon season in Arizona officially runs from June 15 through September 30, so we may still have storms in our future. Here are a few tips for keeping your AC unit in good working order this monsoon season.
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Clean the condensation line
Clean the coil
Change the filter
Get help from the professionals
In Arizona our AC units work harder than nearly everywhere else in the U.S. In fact, the average life expectancy of an AC unit in the Valley is about 8-10 years.
To get the most from your AC unit:
Monsoon season is also a good time to scheduling routine AC maintenance to ensure your unit is ready for the winter months ahead.
Mike Donley and his father, Jim, have provided honest, caring air conditioning, plumbing, heating, sewer repair services to Arizonans since 1976. Family-owned Donley Service Center has also been honored twice with the Better Business Bureau’s Ethics Award.