It is almost that time of year again when we all crank up that AC to stay cool in the heat of summer. Yet, this also means a spike in electricity costs. In this video, you will learn how to lower these AC costs while still remaining cool.
AC repairs may seem like a hassle. However, it is a much better idea to get your AC repaired then to have it running suboptimal for a prolonged period of time.
Such an AC would be struggling to keep up with the heat and cost you much more than an AC that is working as intended. In the end, repairs and inspections will likely save you money. Don’t forget that you should also be replacing the filter on your AC periodically as well. It can get clogged with dust and dirt over time with significantly lowers the efficiency. A good rule of thumb is that you should replace the filter whenever you pay the utility bill.
Another way to save is make use of ceiling fans. Ceiling fans don’t actually make the environment cooler, but they promote good air circulation that makes the room feel cooler. A single ceiling fan can make a room seem about seven degrees colder.