Air Conditioning Tips

 More than three-quarters of all U.S.  households have air conditioners. 


Energy consumption for home air  conditioning accounts for more than 8% of all the electricity produced  in the U.S. for all purposes, at a cost to homeowners of over $15  billion. That amount of electricity results in the release of roughly  196 million metric tons of carbon dioxide (CO2) per year, or an average  for homes with air conditioning of close to 2 tons per year. 

  

  • Changing your air filter keeps the air in your home safer and cleaner, but it also saves energy, improves cooling performance and lengthens the life of your HVAC system


  • A lot of sun can shine into your home throughout the day, especially during the longer daylight hours and intense heat of summer. Keeping your windows covered will keep much of the sun's heat out, which reduces the load on your air conditioner.


  • Keep A/C unit clear materials can clog the unit and cause efficiency problems. It's important every year clean out any dirt or grime that may be slowing things down


  • While your system is designed to cool the entire house, you can redirect some cool air to your most-used areas by partially closing certain vents.


  • Schedule regular maintenance for your cooling equipment.

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