SAVE ENERGY AND PREVENT OVERWORKING YOUR AIR CONDITIONER WITH THESE SIMPLE TIPS
Your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning system in your Merritt Island home is a lifesaver. In addition to ensuring your safety by controlling the air quality in your house, it keeps you comfortable throughout the year in Brevard County. As a result, you should take all necessary measures to ensure that your system doesn't get overloaded.
1. Take into account the size of your home when selecting a system:
Too small and your unit will be struggling to keep up even during moderate weather. Too large and you’ll waste a lot of energy.
2. The thermostat is a tool, so put it to good use:
To avoid having your air conditioner work too hard during the summer, set the temperature at least to 75 degrees. Maintain a temperature of 68 degrees or less throughout the winter.
3. Maintaining a clean air filter is a must:
If your air filter is dirty, your system will have to work more to get the same level of performance. Changing your filter is recommended every three months.
4. Keep air ducts and registers unobstructed and clean:
If you have furniture or other items blocking your vents and registers, it will force your HVAC system to work harder to provide the same level of ventilation.
5. Preventative maintenance should be scheduled on a regular basis:
service of your heating and cooling system is essential. All moving components will be cleaned and lubricated, and any necessary heating or cooling repairs will be made, during our yearly tune-up.