Ductless Maintenance

Cleaning your Mitsubishi Ductless System is a very important part of keeping your home safe, clean, and comfortable. Small Solutions provides expert experience and knowledge to perform the following to your system:

  • Cleaning the exterior surface of the unit
  • Removing and cleaning air filter
  • Removing and cleaning blower wheel
  • Cleaning evaporator coil
  • Cleaning drain pan
  • Purging drain line
  • Removing debris from around outdoor unit
  • Cleaning condenser coil
  • Check all wiring connections
  • Check overall performance
Year round pricing:
  • $150 per indoor / outdoor combination
  • $60 per additional indoor unit on a multi-zone outdoor unit

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Mold buildup. If mold is growing in your ductless equipment, the spores are carried throughout your home every time you turn on your unit. Mold can cause irritated eyes, headaches, runny noses, sore throats, allergic reactions, and other respiratory issues.

Health problems. Even if you don’t have mold in your unit, you may encounter health issues due to dust, dander, and bacteria hidden in the unit. Children, elderly individuals, and those with respiratory conditions are at a higher risk.

Dust accumulation. Dust that blows out of a dirty ductless unit lands on the surfaces of your home, exacerbating allergies and adding to your list of chores.

Poor indoor air quality. When your ductless unit is dirty, everything inside is being pumped out into the air that you breathe every day, reducing the overall quality of your indoor air.

Reduced efficiency. A clogged ductless unit cannot operate as efficiently as a clean one, wasting energy and driving up your electricity bills. Debris from a clogged unit can migrate to the drain pan. When it overflows, this can cause water to build up in your unit and lead to costly leaks.

Expensive repairs. Dirt and grime causes your unit to work harder, decreasing its lifespan and increasing the cost of ownership.

Can’t I just do this myself?

To keep your ductless system operating effectively, the filters need cleaned every 6 months (ideally as the seasons begin to change). Cleaning your filters is essential to safeguard your ductless equipment so it lasts as long as possible, and to ensure your indoor air quality.

However, cleaning the filters is not enough on its own.

Small particulates squeeze through the filter as your ductless system operates. These get lodged in the coil and other hard-to-reach parts of the ductless unit. If you don’t clean your filters regularly, the problem becomes even worse. With our maintenance equipment, we can give your unit a thorough cleaning–and much faster than you could likely do without the same equipment.