Rheem Manufacturing Company is an American private manufacturer, which is a subsidiary of Paloma Industries. The brand was founded in 1925 in California and produced packaging for the oil industry. Currently, the company manufactures domestic and commercial water heaters and boilers, as well as heating, ventilation and air conditioning equipment (HVAC). It also sells its products under the brand name Ruud. The products are sold in the United States, Argentina, Armenia, Australia, Bahrain, China, Chile, Brazil, Canada and other countries.
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How to Clean Rheem Air Conditioner Internal Unit
Inner block is the part of the Rheem air conditioner, which is located in the room. Its main parts are filter, fan, radiator and drainage system. On the walls of the inner block and inside its elements are collected a lot of dirt and dust.
Remove the lid. Remove the mesh filters, wash them. They should be vacuum cleaned and washed with warm water. If the filter is heavily soiled, you can soak it in water with any antibacterial agent.
After rinsing, the filter needs to be dried. The important point is that this cannot be done with a hot air stream, so it is better to simply wait until the filter has dried naturally.
Clean the heat exchanger from dust. It is a device of many small plates, which are located very close to each other. It can be cleaned with a powerful vacuum cleaner or with a long pile brush.
Clean the fan. You should spray it with soapy water and wait for about 15 minutes. After taking a regular toothbrush and thoroughly brushing the blades. Then remove the remaining dirt with a damp cloth and wait for the surfaces to dry.
Flush the drainage system. You can effectively clean the drain with the help of a steam generator. If there is no steam generator, you can blow the drain pipe with a vacuum cleaner or introduce a special liquid for cleaning Rheem air conditioners with a syringe.
When all the parts are dry, they should be installed in their place. In order not to make a mistake, I recommend to refer to the instructions.
How to Clean Rheem Air Conditioner External Unit
With the external unit, everything is not so simple. It is often installed in a way that makes it very difficult to access. I recommend entrusting the cleaning of the external unit to professionals, in addition, it should be cleaned less often than the internal unit – enough once a year, and it is better to do it in early summer, when the poplars will bloom. The only exception is the devices, which are installed on the first floors. They get dirty faster and should be cleaned three to four times a year.
If the external unit is installed low, you can do a surface cleaning. First, disconnect the device from the mains, and then unscrew the cover mounts and remove it. After that, remove the large garbage with your hands and clean the parts with a brush or vacuum cleaner. There is no need to remove the parts. Finally, wipe all surfaces with a damp cloth and replace the cover. It is not possible to perform a deeper cleaning yourself.
If you decide to clean the external unit yourself, be extremely careful not to touch the electrical circuit. Also, the Rheem air conditioner must not be turned on until it has completely dried out.
In principle, there is nothing very difficult to clean the Rheem air conditioner with your own hands. It just needs to be performed regularly, carefully and at the same time, a little understanding of the air conditioner device. If you are very afraid of damaging any part of the device, it is better to call for the help of specialists.
Safe ADC provides Rheem air conditioner cleaning and maintenance services, as well as the following list of services:
Rheem portable air conditioner cleaning;
Rheem heating and air conditioning cleaning;
Rheem window air conditioner cleaning;
Rheem air conditioner cleaning;
Rheem furnace cleaning;
Rheem air conditioner filter cleaning;
Rheem air conditioner filter repair and replacement.
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Why Clean Your Air Duct System
Remove mold and mildew;
Remove bad smells;
Remove cigarette and vape smell;
Help reduce allergies and asthma symptoms;
Reduce the risk of exhaust fires;
Increase efficiency of duct system;
Maintain indoor air quality;
Maintain comfortable temperatures;
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;
Indoor air quality testing;
Air conditioner installation & replacement;
Hepa or air purification installation;
Deep duct cleaning;
Basic sanitization and air balancing for each vent;
Dryer vent cleaning;
Do cleaning regularly. New devices can be cleaned less often, but it is better to take care of the old ones often: at least once a month, and be sure to clean them after a long downtime.
Carefully and thoroughly. Dry the wet filters before inserting them back into the device, make sure not to damage the electronics and call the master if you’re not sure of your abilities.
Trust the professionals! Everything except the external and internal unit housing and Rheem air filters must be cleaned by an authorized service employee.
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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.