This summer is already proving to be a scorcher in many parts of the country. With temperatures hitting triple digits, you’re probably wondering how much it will cost for your air conditioning unit to keep up with the heat! In this blog post, we’ll go over some ways that you can save on AC costs this summer.
Schedule an annual maintenance service for your air conditioner- This is a great way to make sure that any problems are caught before they become major issues and lead to expensive repairs down the line. Regular inspections also prevent small problems from turning into big ones (and more costly).
Have your ducts cleaned by professionals – Ducts often accumulate dust and debris over time which can reduce the efficiency of your AC unit. Our professional duct cleaners can help you get rid of these problems while also providing other benefits like odor removal and increased safety for your family or employees.
Or, if it’s not feasible to hire a professional, try doing this yourself by purchasing a high-quality vacuum cleaner with an adjustable nozzle attachment (which can be used on both the floor and ceiling) to vacuum your air ducts.
When using a vacuum be sure to get as close to the registers and vents as you can without actually touching them with your vacuum cleaner. This will help remove any dust that has accumulated on these surfaces, which could cause problems if it’s not removed regularly.
In addition, keep in mind that while vacuuming is helpful for removing debris from ducts, this isn’t enough to maintain proper airflow through them (which leads us back to our first point). For maximum efficiency, professionals recommend cleaning out air conditioning filters every month or so too – call one of our specialists today!
Conclusion: As the summer heat starts to take hold, it’s important that you make sure your air conditioner is working at peak performance. Schedule an annual maintenance service for your AC unit and have your ducts cleaned by professionals if they haven’t been in a while. These two simple steps can help save you money on utility bills this summer and keep you cool all season long!