HVAC Coil Cleaning

Before getting to the importance of cleaning your HVAC system coils, we’ll start by telling a little bit what they do. Air conditioning system has two coils – condenser coils and evaporator coils. The condenser coil also known as outdoor coil is usually described as “warm” coil as it works by refusing the heat as a fan blows outside air. The evaporator oil also known as indoor coil is described as “cold” coil, because it supplies indoor cooling by taking heat from the indoor fan blown by the air handler’s fan.


The difference between the efficiency of the system with clean and dirty coils is far more amazing than you might imagine. Here is a short list of issues that dirty coils might result in:

  • Increased energy expenses
  • Reduced air flow
  • Humidity removal decline
  • Breed bacteria

All in all, dirty coils might prevent your HVAC system working at its highest efficiency. And if they are not cleaned routinely, it might cause more issues and breaks of your unit, which in its case will result in more and more expenses.

Las Vegas Rooter experienced and licensed professionals will come over and clean the dirty coils of your HVAC system in a way that will remove all the dirt and dust without any harm to the unit. Depending on the level of dirt and dust of the coils, our specialists will use specific methods to ensure it is cleaned as needed, whether it is done using a special soft brush, mild detergent solution, stronger cleaning solutions, pressure washers, cleaning machines or just simple garden type pump sprayers if required. In any case a special inspection will take place, and you will be offered the most efficient, harm free and cost-effective method of coil cleaning.

Having clean HVAC coils will result in:

  • Reduced heating and cooling expenses
  • Better indoor air quality
  • Better airflow
  • Efficiency peak performance

Whenever you notice that your HVAC system coils are dirty, just give us an immediate call. Our experts will be with you and ensure the most profitable process of coil cleaning.