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3 Ways to Save More on Air Conditioning This Year
When your air conditioning system turns on for the summer, you might start to notice your bills going up and up. You want to save money on air conditioning, but you don’t want to turn off your system for the season or sacrifice any of your comfort. So what else can you do?
Get a Wi-Fi Thermostat
A Wi-Fi thermostat helps you to save money by allowing you to make adjustments from almost anywhere. If you forget to turn off the system before you leave the house, you can still do it from your desk at work. If your schedule changes for the week, you can make changes to your preprogrammed settings from anywhere you have access to the internet.
Keep Changing that Filter
The air filter in your system is more than just a way to clean the air. It’s also a way to protect your AC system from damage. But when the filter is dirty, air has trouble getting into the AC system—not just particles in the air. When the airflow is blocked, your AC system has trouble working properly. It may continue to struggle until parts of your air conditioner wear down so much, you need major repairs. It’s such an easy preventative measure to simply change the filters every month!
Schedule Annual Maintenance Visits
Finally, one of the best things you can do for your home comfort system is to schedule maintenance visits with HVAC professionals once or twice a year. These visits include a tune-up of some of the major components of your HVAC system and an inspection, so that you can schedule service for your system before it gets any worse. Cleaning off coils and making adjustments allows your system to run in better condition throughout the season. Call Air Mechanical, Inc. today to schedule AC maintenance, or any other AC service in Ham Lake, MN.
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