Save Money On Your Air Conditioner: Tips For The Spring Season
As HVAC certified technicians, we know how expensive many AC repairs can be. Fortunately, you can save money on your air conditioner and reduce the likelihood of your AC unit failing by following our rule of three: Keep it clean, keep it cool, and keep it organized.
Keep It Clean
Keeping your ventilation clean not only reduces the likelihood of unit failure, but also reduces indoor air pollution. This is probably the most important rule in our rule of three since it helps prevent the most amount of common, usually expensive AC repairs. Leaves, pollen, and other pollutants can easily clog the system if left unattended, so we highly recommend checking on your AC unit to prevent these costly repairs.
Keep It Cool
If your AC unit fails to cool all of the areas in your home, it has to work way harder than it should to make the house a consistent temperature. If you keep it clean but the system still can’t cool the whole house, it might be time to purchase a new, more powerful AC unit. Despite being more powerful, many new AC units are significantly more sufficient than those produced years ago thanks to new regulations in place and the innovations that followed. So while the upfront cost of the unit be a bit costly, it will save you money in the long run thanks to a more efficient design.
Keep It Organized
As well as following the recommended cleaning schedule for your air filters and AC unit, we highly recommend keeping a written record of the maintenance you have performed. This will also help HVAC certified technicians when diagnosing any problems that may arise in the future.
Want to Know More Ways To Save Money On Your Air Conditioner?
If you have any questions regarding your AC system, call us at 813-929-HAWK (4295) or visit our website at www.airhawkac.com