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Air Conditioner Repair New Bedford MA

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Jim Dorsey & Son, Inc.
(508) 822-6728
21 Rear Main St.
Taunton, MA

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D R T Heating
(508) 759-2674
1248 Route 28A
Cataumet , MA
 
Mike's 24 Hour Oil Burner Svc
(508) 991-6982
19 Anawan St
North Dartmouth, MA

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Bayside Heating & Gas Service
(508) 763-8615
4 Ginnys Drive
Rochester, MA

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Steve's Heating Svc
(401) 624-6059
100 Church St
Tiverton, RI

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Marcs Sheet Metal
(508) 675-3180
37 9th Street
Fall River , MA
 
K D Heating & Air Conditioning
11 Anthony Terrace
New Bedford, MA

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American Heating & Cooling
(508) 763-3331
138 County Road
East Freetown, MA

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Marc's Sheet Metal, Inc.
(508) 644-3388
PO Box 153
Assonet, MA

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Quality Mechanical Systems, LLC
(508) 291-6170
143 Great Neck Rd
Wareham, MA

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Air Conditioner Maintenance 101

Air conditioners may be blowing cool air into your room, but all that energy they're using has to go somewhere. Keeping your air conditioner away from cloth materials and furniture dramatically decreases the risk of combustion.

  • Change your filter regularly.

    Changing your filter is the most important part of air conditioner maintenance. We recommend changing it every three to six months for optimal ac health. There are several different types of filters you can buy. If you're allergy-prone or simply want cleaner air, HEPA filters are great for purifying the air while also cooling you down. There are also standard fiberglass and cardboard frame air conditioners, pleated, and electrostatic filters. Consult your air conditioner user guide to find the right filter for your unit.

  • Clean the coils.

    Be sure to turn off and unplug your air conditioner before you clean its coils. Check your ac unit's user guide to find how to access the coils. Then, depending on the size of your unit, mist the coils with a small spray bottle or spray it with a garden hose. Then, spray the coils with a commercial ac unit cleaner available at most air conditioner suppliers.

  • Run your air conditioner every few months.

    Even if you don't need to cool your home down, running your air conditioner for a few minutes every two months can increase the life of your unit. This way, you'll know before the temperature hits 90 degrees if your unit needs repairs.

  • Set your ac unit to th...
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