Summer is coming quickly, and temperatures are going to start to rise. This means homeowners are going to have to switch gears to stay comfortable. Heating units and furnaces are going to be left unused for months while AC units will start to see a little more action. Unfortunately, many homeowners left their AC unit unused for months and now it won’t start. This is why it’s so important to call a service provider to schedule semi-annual service visits. These visits can help make sure the home’s AC unit is ready to face the coming season and, if not, it can be replaced with one of the energy-efficient models of Aire-Flo Air Conditioners. Homeowners that aren’t ready to make such a large purchase can talk to their service provider about financing options.
Preventative care is the key to saving money on energy costs for heating and cooling. By taking care of the heating and cooling unit, the appliance will have a longer lifetime in most cases. This means the homeowner is getting more out of their investment. If the unit is properly maintained, it won’t have to work as hard to cool the home. It isn’t just the appliance itself that needs to be maintained. The whole system should be checked for issues at least twice per year. These checks should include the wiring, the insulation, and the ducts.
Wiring issues could be causing the unit to not work when it should or get the wrong information from the thermostat. Poorly installed or damaged insulation could be allowing air to escape the home, making it harder to maintain the temperature. Older appliances could also be wasting energy. With newer models of Aire-Flo Air Conditioners, homeowners won’t have to worry about wasting energy on an old appliance that can’t keep up. Professional installation will mean an all new system that includes new wiring and ducts. For extra protection against thermal loss, homeowners should visit Website and ask about having new insulation installed. This simple step could save hundreds of dollars in energy use per year by making it easier to regulate the temperature in the home. You can also connect with them on Facebook for more updates.