It's been a long month of heat and dryness here in Thornton, Colorado. Your AC is probably working overtime, especially as many of us are home all day and not at the office reaping the office AC benefits. Keep your AC running at peak performance for the rest of the summer. Read on and see how you can keep your air conditioner running all summer and into the early fall.
Keep Your AC Running at Peak Performance
Check and Regularly Change Air Filters
Monitoring and exchanging your air filter is a simple chore to accomplish, but it’s also incredibly easy to forget about. Mark it on your calendar, because a filthy air filter can hinder your air conditioner’s
productivity and your indoor air quality. With clogged filters, your air conditioner will have to work longer to keep your home cool—and that could shorten its lifespan.
When it comes to indoor air quality, replacing your air filter is crucial. Dirt, dust, pollen, and other pollutants will pass through your home if you have a dirty air filter. Keeping a clean air filter is important to keeping allergies and asthma from becoming inflamed.
It may seem clear, but turning on your air conditioner without a filter in place is an awful idea. Dirt and debris freely flowing through your system could cause serious problems.
Schedule Air Conditioner Service
Your air conditioner is a large investment and you want to get the most out of it. That’s why you should never skip your regular air conditioner service appointments. During these appointments, our certified technicians inspect your system and identify any potential problems with your air conditioner. It’s more cost-effective and less stressful to correct small problems before they become big problems.
Your professional air conditioner service could keep your AC running more efficiently, improve your indoor air quality, and prolong the life of your system. It will include checks of all the following and more:
- Electrical connections
- Refrigerant charge
- Air filters
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