With summer approaching, it’s imperative that you have a working air conditioner. After all, it can get quite hot in Utah during the summers. But running cool air during the hot summer months can sometimes get a little expensive. If you’re looking for ways to save on your AC bill this summer, here are some tips for you to reduce your cooling costs:
One of the best ways to save money while running cool air is by making sure to schedule regular maintenance for your air conditioner. Tune-ups not only keep your unit in good condition, but they help prevent future issues as well, making sure your air conditioner is running at peak efficiency.
Another great way to save money is by using ceiling fans and standing rotating fans during the summer. Not only can you use fans in place of your air conditioner to save money, but you can also use fans with your air conditioner. This is a great, cheap way to help circulate cool air throughout your home more efficiently when you have your AC running.
If you’re trying to save money in the long run, installing an energy-efficient air conditioner might be the way to go. While the initial price of a new energy-efficient AC unit can be expensive, it will help you save a significant amount of money over the years.
Did you know that keeping curtains, drapes, and blinds closed can actually help keep the temperature down in your home? This means your AC won’t have to work as hard to cool your house down. But this doesn’t mean you need to keep them closed on all your windows. Consider closing them on windows that receive direct sunlight to keep your home cooler while saving money.
Maybe you don’t want to keep your curtains closed. If that’s the case, there are other ways to keep your windows shaded to help keep your home cool and save money. One way is the make sure your yard has plenty of tall plants and trees, which will be able to provide natural shade to your windows. Not only will this help your AC cool down the inside of your home, but you’ll still be able to let natural light into your home.
There are a number of things that add a significant amount of heat to your home. These include your dryer, dishwasher, stove, and oven. While all of these are necessities, they do make your AC work overtime to cool down your home. Luckily, there are some great alternatives that you can do during the summer to help save on your AC bill. Try cooking outside more often, washing dishes by hand, and even drying your clothes on a line to reduce the amount of heat inside your house.
Whether you need a tune-up or a repair, our professionals at A-1 Services, Inc., are here to help. We can provide regular maintenance to make sure your AC unit is working in its best condition and make any necessary repairs. With our services, you’ll be saving money on your summer cooling bill, while staying comfortable during those hot months. Contact us today to schedule an appointment for your AC unit.