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Cape Cod Mini Split Cleaning

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Do I really need to get my mini split cleaned?
    Yes! Regular cleaning helps maintain the efficiency of the system, improves indoor air quality, prevents breakdowns, and extends the lifespan of the unit.
  • How often should I clean my mini split?
    Mini splits typically require cleaning at least once a year, but the frequency may vary based on factors such as usage, environment, and manufacturer recommendations. Most people will clean them in the Fall and Spring to prepare for the upcoming change of seasons.
  • Can I clean my mini split myself?
    While it is possible, professional cleaning ensures a thorough and effective job, especially for hard-to-reach areas and delicate components. Experienced professionals have the training and tools to make sure it gets done without harming the unit.
  • Will cleaning my mini split affect its warranty?
    No! Proper cleaning by a professional does not affect the warranty. Our team follows industry standards and manufacturer guidelines to protect warranty coverage.
  • How long does a mini split cleaning take?
    Time required depends on factors such as the size and condition of the unit, accessibility, and the extent of cleaning needed. Most indoor units take about 45 minutes each and the outdoor units take about 30 minutes each.
  • Are there any additional benefits to mini split cleaning?
    Mini Splits are very efficient systems and if not cleaned regularly, the system might not function properly to heat or cool the area. There are also energy savings, reduced allergens and dust in the air, improved indoor comfort, and enhanced longevity of the system.
  • Can you clean other HVAC systems or only mini splits?
    Yes! We are trained to provide cleaning services for PTAC units, and HRV/ERV units.

Should you have any questions that are not addressed here, please don't hesitate
to call us.  We are always here to assist you.

Cape Cod Mini Split Cleaning

508-776-8430

Cape Cod Mini Split Cleaning
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