Boost Air Conditioning Efficiency in Your Tampa Home With These Tips

Posted on: April 10, 2017 by in Blog
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As the summer period comes upon us, the temperatures just keep rising – being indoors in a cool environment out of the scorching sun is every persons desire.
Here are some tips to boost your AC units effectiveness and to reduce power – saving you cash, reducing your carbon footprint and protecting against any long term issues.

Yearly maintenance:

If you haven’t already arranged for a yearly check up of your AC system, today is the day to do so. Maintenance by a certified expert will consist of examining the unit to remove dirt and dust; inspecting all operational components; tightening and lubricating of parts; replacing air filters and cooling agent if necessary, etc.

For effective and affordable HVAC repair in Tampa, give us a call today (813)296 5462

Do It Yourself Maintenance:

While a yearly maintenance, and/or regular scheduled services will certainly boost your AC units performance, there are a couple of month-to-month jobs you can also to do to preserve it throughout the summer season.

  • Check the air filter for dust and dirt build-up, and either vacuum and wash out your filter, or replace it when necessary, to avoid putting undue pressure on the fan – which decreases your systems overall performance.
  • Ensure the outside units casing isn’t blocked with vegetation, dirt and debris, keep the area 2 feet around your unit free from any plant-life, and wash down the unit when necessary.
  • Make sure the area in your house that you’re cooling is sealed off properly, to avoid over-exertion of your unit; seal windows and doors.
  • Use a ceiling fan to enhance your AC units efficiency, this may enable you to reduce the temperature as the fan distributes the air flow more evenly.

 

For more details concerning how you could enhance your AC effectiveness this summertime, please do not hesitate to call us at Citywide HVAC Services — (813)296 5462.

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