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Goodman Manufacturing is an independent subsidiary of the Daikin Group. Harold W. Goodman founded the company in 1975 in Houston, Texas. It was engaged in the production of flexible ducts and plastic knife registers, eventually expanding its field of activity to gas heating. In 2017, Goodman acquired Motili to expand its presence in the HVAC (heating, ventilation, air conditioning) market and currently produces heating and cooling systems for residential and office spaces.

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    Goodman Air Conditioner Cleaning Steps

    If you want your air conditioner to work as long as possible with maximum efficiency, you should pay attention to it at least once a month. By keeping your Goodman air conditioner in good technical condition, you save money on your energy bills because often contaminated air conditioner components reduce the efficiency of the entire system and increase energy consumption.

    The tips below will help you keep your air conditioner in excellent condition for a long time. These tips are best to apply right before the start of a cool season.

    Goodman Air Conditioner

    Step 1

    Let’s start with the exterior unit. To avoid getting electrocuted, make sure you turn off the power before you start. The interior unit turns off the power at the breaker box and uses the shut-off box to shut off the exterior unit’s power.

    Step 2

    Remove the fan cage, protecting the Goodman condenser outdoor unit with a wrench or screwdriver. Remove any debris that you find inside the unit. This can be done with a clean, dry cloth or with a vacuum cleaner.

    Step 3

    Remove the outer covers of the device. Remove all external dirt by using the powerful vacuum cleaner head. You can use water from the garden hose after the vacuum cleaner to clean everything accurately. But you need to be extremely careful! You shouldn’t use a pressurized jet, as this can bend or damage the fins of the device. If you think that the fins are particularly dirty, you can use a special spray to clean the fins. If, after all, the fins are bent, in this case, it is worth calling a professional technician who will fix it, otherwise the system will be overloaded, and its efficiency will fall.

    Step 4

    Clean the space surrounding the air conditioner, as any contamination may prevent the air from entering the unit. During the winter months, install a plastic or plywood lid on the device to prevent dust from entering, however, make sure that the side surface of the air conditioner is not completely covered, otherwise it will cause moisture accumulation and corrosion.

    Step 5

    Make sure that the capacitor panel on which the capacitor unit is installed is on a flat surface. Any tilting to the side may cause the air conditioner to fail prematurely.

    Step 6

    It’s time to work on the inside of your unit. Use a soft brush to clean the evaporator coil from dust that accumulates on the coil. Then use an evaporator coil cleaner that does not require rinsing to spray the coil. The spray will foam and then drip into the drain tray. Then clean the evaporator drainage tray, which may be clogged or contaminated with mold. Use a vacuum cleaner to clean it.

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    Why Clean Your Air Duct System

    • Reduce dust;
    • Remove mold and mildew;
    • Remove bad smells;
    • Remove cigarette and vape smell;
    • Improve airflow;
    • Help reduce allergies and asthma symptoms;
    • Reduce the risk of exhaust fires;
    • Increase efficiency of duct system;
    • Maintain indoor air quality;
    • Maintain comfortable temperatures;
    • Energy saving;
    • Promote better health;
    • Reduce repair costs.

    What We Do

    • Cleaning all ducts and vents from top to bottom;
    • Cleaning all main and return lines;
    • Commercial sanitization and cleaning;
    • Air conditioner maintenance or repair;
    • Furnace cleaning & repair;
    • Odour removal;
    • Indoor air quality testing;
    • Air conditioner installation & replacement;
    • Furnace installation;
    • Humidifier installation;
    • Hepa or air purification installation;
    • HVAC inspection;
    • Deep duct cleaning;
    • Filter replacement;
    • Basic sanitization and air balancing for each vent;
    • Dryer vent cleaning;
    • J-panel cleaning.

    To maintain maximum air conditioner performance, homeowners should contact trained licensed HVAC professionals to identify any air flow problems, system leaks, coil problems or potential malfunctions.

    Safe ADC provides Goodman air conditioner cleaning and maintenance services, as well as the following list of services:

    • Goodman portable air conditioner cleaning;
    • Goodman heating and air conditioning cleaning;
    • Goodman window air conditioner cleaning;
    • Goodman air conditioner cleaning;
    • Goodman furnace cleaning;
    • Goodman central air conditioner
    • Goodman air conditioner filter cleaning;
    • Goodman air conditioner filter repair and replacement.

    What People Think About Us

    James C.
    Excellent duct cleaning service provided by a friendly and professional technicians! We use their service regularly!
    Paul D.
    They arrived exactly when they said, cleaned out my air duct system, and gave me some tips how to sanitize it. They charged an affordable price.
    Cindy T.
    From start to finish, my hvac cleaning went as planned. They've removed all the mold inside, the indoor has become cleaner. Professional team!!!

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      Popular Questions
      How often air duct systems need to be cleaned?
      Your air duct system need to be cleaned for the same reason as your house needs cleaning. It is recommended that HVAC systems be cleaned every 3 years.
      Will air duct cleaning lead to lower energy bills?
      HVAC systems cleaning can improve air flow up to 25%. That means your system shouldn't be running as long as it's supposed to. Less system uptime will reduce your energy costs and will lead to lower your energy bills.
      Can dirty air ducts cause disease?
      In homes with dirty air ducts, residents may experience symptoms similar to those of an allergy, including coughing, sneezing, and runny nose. Mold, dust, and other debris lurking in your ducts can also cause sore throat, headaches, and even dizziness.
      How do you know if the ducts need cleaning?
      There are several clear indications that the duct needs cleaning:
      • air filters get dirty too fast.
      • unexplained spikes in your energy bill.
      • signs of rodent or insect infestation.
      • dirt or dust around the vents and registers.
      • unexplained respiratory problems.
      • visible mold growth.
      • airflow isn't consistent from room to room.
      • noises in the ductwork.
      How often should I have my vents cleaned?
      A good rule of thumb for homeowners is to clean your ducts every three to five years. This is the minimum, as this is the length of time that it can take for the ducts to fill back up with grit and grime after a thorough cleaning. However, some homeowners are going to need more frequent cleanings.
      Do you have a guarantee for your duct cleaning services?
      Yes, our air duct cleaning services come with a 30-day satisfaction guarantee.