Are you looking forward to the dry heat of the summer season? If you are concerned about draining your bank account as you attempt to cool your home sufficiently throughout the summer months, then there is no way in which you’ll be able to truly enjoy this time of the year. That is why we have put together a few tips to help you to cool your home with greater efficiency this summer. Heed our advice, schedule service with a member of our staff, and your AC in Phoenix, AZ will be able to cool your home sufficiently and in a more affordable manner.
Schedule Tune-Ups Annually
Being diligent in scheduling routine air conditioning maintenance is, without a doubt, the best thing that you can do for your home cooling system. When your system is thoroughly inspected, meticulously cleaned, and tuned up by a qualified professional, you can count on that system functioning precisely as it ought to. Not only does this mean that your air conditioner will be able to operate with the efficiency that you deserve, but also that it will function as reliably as possible.
Upgrade Your Thermostat
Your thermostat is the means with which you commune with your air conditioning system. If you are using an outdated thermostat with only very basic operational capabilities, then there is just no way in which you can hope to get the best from your AC. Look into the use of programmable thermostats, or even smart thermostats, to see all that you’ve been missing. We are, of course, happy to answer any questions that you may have.
Add Insulation if Needed
Some people seem to think that it is the sole function of insulation to keep heat within one’s home during the winter time, but this is inaccurate. In fact, insulation works all year long in order to stop the unwanted transfer of heat into or out of one’s home, meaning that it is just as important in the summer as in the winter. Let us take a look at your insulation, and we’ll determine if you could use some additional insulation in order to make your home more efficient.
Call Goettl Good Guys Air Conditioning with any questions that you may have.