You may be looking towards another hot summer with just a little bit of trepidation. Sure, your air conditioning will keep you cool, but you’ll suffer when you’re writing the check to pay the monthly utility bill. But there are some concrete steps you can take to improve the efficiency of your overall system and save some cash.
Some of these can be achieved with simple changes in behavior while others may require you to enlist professional help for air conditioning sale. But all are effective at making your air conditioner operate more efficiently as the temperature rises.
One of the best steps you can take is to get on the phone and schedule an appointment to have your system checked by your local HVAC professionals. A checkup by trained professionals will uncover any underlying performance issues that may be impeding the proper operation of your system.
In addition, regular servicing will extend the life of your air conditioning system and save you money over the long haul. Contact us at Team Enoch to set up an appointment to check your air conditioning system. The outdoor units of your system require free and clear circulation of air to operate at peak efficiency.
If your system is blocked by debris or vegetation, it will have to work much harder than it will if the area is kept clear. Rake away any piles of leaves from the winter, and cut back tall grass, shrubs, or weeds that may have grown up around the unit. Keeping the area clear will make your system more efficient and your home will look better too.
Insulation doesn’t just keep you warm in the winter. It will also help keep your home cooler in the summer by keeping the cool air in. If the insulation in your attic and walls is deficient, the energy you use to cool your home will be quickly radiated outside. As a result, your system will have to work harder than it needs to keep your home cool.
If the air in your home circulates freely, you’ll feel cooler, even when the temperature inside is the same. Adding ceiling fans to your home is a simple and effective way to circulate air and keep things cooler. At Team Enoch we have the experience and expertise to help you install ceiling fans, even where new wiring is necessary.