Here are some Tips to help keep your house cool and lower costs:
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Selecting and Installing Central Air Conditioning
If you are experiencing problems and your air conditioner is more than 10 years old, consider buying a new one. A new more efficient unit, when properly sized and installed, will cost significant savings over a cooling season
Look for an air conditioner that has a Seasonal Energy Efficiency Rating (SEER) of 14 or higher and has the ENERGY STAR® label. ENERGY STAR-qualified air conditioners are 25 percent more efficient than conventional units.
Buying the correct size unit and installing it properly is critical to efficiency and comfort. Air-Man gives free estimates on new systems. We will make sure the new system is sized correctly and give you our best recommendation for cooling and heating your home.
Consider purchasing an air conditioner with a variable speed motor, providing a more efficient system along with increased comfort and less noise.
Try to have your new air conditioner placed in a shady spot, preferably on the north side of your home.
Ask for an inspection of your duct system. Leaky duct systems are more common than you might realize and reduce the effectiveness of your air conditioner.
Air Conditioner Maintenance
Have your air conditioner professionally serviced by Air-Man at the beginning of each cooling season. Ask for a tune-up that includes a check of the refrigerant charge, cleaning of the coils, flushing of the condensation drain, and an inspection of your duct system.
Everyday Air Conditioner Tips
Don’t crank the temperature down in an effort to cool your house off quickly. It will not affect the speed at which the house cools.
Check your thermostat setting. Most people can be comfortable at 78 degrees. Remember that thermostats are not always accurate. Consider installing a programmable thermostat that ensures your home is cool just when you want it to be.
Weather strip doors and windows to prevent losing cool air to the outside. Make sure there’s sufficient insulation throughout the home to help keep cool air in.