Air conditioning, heat pump, capacitors
It is ESSENTIAL to have your air conditioner or wall-mounted heat pump cleaned!
Do you know how important it is to properly clean these appliances? This can present a potential health risk and the accumulation of dirt or dust inside your air conditioner or heat pump will reduce their performance.
Risks for your health
Molds can take various forms of allergens or irritations and can be toxic and infectious. Allergic reactions mainly affect the bronchial tubes and manifest as a cough, difficulty breathing and sometimes asthma. Mold is made up of volatile organic particles that wander around in a poorly maintained air conditioner, combined with fungal spores. The throat, eyes and nose therefore become irritated affecting your respiratory system.
Presence of bacteria and fungal organisms in air conditioners
Bacteria names and fungal elements
% on the 50 air conditioners
Staphylococcus including Aureus
Aspergilus including Niger
Gram positive baciles
Baciles Gram Negative
Coccis Gram Positive
The accumulation of dust and dirt inside your device considerably reduces its performance. A poorly maintained or poorly maintained system uses a lot more energy, up to 25% more electricity.
How do we see if our air conditioner needs cleaning?
It’s easy to see if your air conditioner needs cleaning. Look inside your device using a flashlight. By opening the fins you will be able to see if particles or dirt have accumulated inside. Another way to conclude that your air conditioner needs cleaning is if you detect any odor when you put it into operation. Even a slight accumulation of dust and dirt can reduce the efficiency of your device by 30 to 70% and cause serious health problems for the occupants of the premises.
Breathe better air!
All over Quebec, whether for the installation or cleaning of air conditioners or heat pumps, trust the experts at Rousso. Don’t wait until you have health or safety concerns! Trust the Rousso team to clean your air conditioner or heat pump. We serve the regions of Québec, Ontario and New Brunswick.