If you have enough money or space for a central air conditioning system, window air conditioners can satisfy your cooling needs. This type of air conditioning, however, is energy-intensive.

Annual maintenance will keep it running at peak efficiency. Regular maintenance also reduces unnecessary wear of the components of the unit, ensuring that your window air conditioner has a long and trouble free life.  The best air conditioning repair service.

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1.) Remove the front cover of the air conditioner by pulling the cover or removing the screws. Extract the filters by pulling them out. Soap and water, then rinse them thoroughly before replacing them.

2.) Inspect the seal around the unit for signs of cracking, or places where you are out of the frame of the window. Pull the old gasket and replace if necessary.

3.) Remove the air conditioner from the window and inspect the coils of the unit. Through a fine comb, available at wholesalers specializing in air conditioners, through the coils to remove dirt. Do not use a vacuum or wipes because the flaps can be bent and block the airflow.

4.) Push a stiff wire through the condensate drain of the unit to remove any blockage. This prevents inefficient draining.

The air conditioning units for a room will provide the necessary comfort during hot summer days. These devices come in many shapes and sizes, but the models are mounted on the wall among the most used in residential areas. Air conditioners have a limited shelf life, which means that sooner or later it will be necessary to remove a wall mounted unit. This is not a difficult task, but definitely require an assistant.

5.) Disconnect the AC power from the source. Carefully lift the cover plastic front of the unit, on one side at a time (left and right) to remove it. Remove any drain hose that is connected to the unit. Make an assistant hold the housing and slowly moves forward until the unit completely removes it from its case. Place the machine on a flat surface.

6.) Observed inside the unit casing. Locate all the screws used to attach the housing to the studs or plates around, and remove these screws with a screwdriver. Pry on any portion of the housing has been stuck on poles or plates around, using a pry bar.

7.) Housing slowly pulls out of the wall to remove it. Be careful when you handle the case to avoid cuts that could cause sharp metal edges. Carefully place the housing on a flat surface.