Blower Motor Cleaning Services in Reno, NV and Sacramento, CA
The most important component of a cooling system is its motor. When it comes to your AC, the internal blower motor is important for the functionality of your unit because it is responsible for pushing the cool air into your home or work premises. If your blower motor is not working correctly or needs to be cleaned, call the experts at Tahoe Clean Air. We’ll make sure you’re never stuck in the heat because of grimy blower motors.
Need Your AC Blower Serviced?
Here are the top signs that you need to get your AC blower serviced:
- There’s a humming sound coming from your air conditioner
- Your air conditioner is operating inconsistently
- Your system keeps shutting off after operating for a few hours
- The fan IS operating but you do not experience any cold air
- Your AC is producing lesser than expected or no cold air
Benefits of Cleaning Your AC Blower
In machines like air conditioners, if something goes wrong with one component and the problem isn’t addressed in a timely manner, it creates a domino effect. Eventually, you’ll end up spending your valuable time and resources on the repairs. A blower clogged up with dust, dirt, grease, and other harmful elements use up more energy and work with higher friction. As a result, your unit will experience greater wear and tear and your parts can get damaged. Instead, it’s much simpler—and cheaper—to fix the problem when you first notice it and to get regular maintenance checks. Clean, maintained equipment always runs better and more efficiently.
By calling us for your AC blower motor cleaning and servicing, you can sit back and relax knowing that your unit will always be running the way it should. The service begins with a thorough inspection of your unit to assess blower motor’s condition and the kind of service it requires. Once we figure that out, we begin the cleaning process, all the while keeping you informed on what we’re doing. After the cleaning is completed, we check to ensure everything is working before you use the unit.