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Let’s Make Your A/C Work Better

No one likes to have a stuffy house when the temperatures outside are already too high. If your air conditioning isn’t working, you’re likely feeling frustrated and annoyed. That’s why we’ve come up with some tips for making your A/C work better! We’ll discuss things like how often you should change the filter, what to do if it leaks water in your home and how to lower your bills by using less energy. These tips will help you keep cool during this summer heatwave!

1. Change your air filter regularly

2. Clean the condenser coils on your A/C unit

3. Check for any clogs in the drain line and fix them if you find any

4. Use a humidifier to help with dry skin, cracked lips, or static electricity 

5. Turn off your A/C when it’s not being used to save energy and money 

Change your air filter regularly

It’s important to change your air filter regularly. The filters are designed to remove particles from the air that can cause a variety of health problems, but they need to be replaced at regular intervals in order for them to work effectively. There are many different types of filters available, so it’s best if you consult with a professional before deciding which one is right for you. 

Air filters do more than just make the air smell good! They actually trap all those nasty particles that would otherwise get into our lungs and make us sick. The more often you change the filter, the fewer particles will be in your air and the cleaner it will be.

Some filters are easy to install and can last up to a year before they need replacing.  Others have extra features like activated carbon that helps remove odors as well as other pollutants from your home’s indoor environment. Depending on what type of filter you have, the frequency for changing your air filter will vary but should be done at regular intervals in order to ensure that they work effectively.

It’s important to replace a dirty or clogged air filter as soon as possible.  Vacuum filters and get them clean so they can do their job more efficiently. Remember when replacing your indoor air quality (IAQ) filters; make sure to use only high-quality models like those made by Fellowes® because poor-performing IAQ products won’t provide optimal results!

Clean the condenser coils on your A/C unit

A/C units work by pulling in air from the room, passing it over cold coils, and pushing that cooled air back into the home. But if you don’t regularly clean those coils, they can get clogged with dirt, dust, or pet hair which will cause your unit to stop cooling properly. If you’re noticing that your house is not as cool as before or that it’s taking longer for the unit to reach a comfortable temperature then it may be time to give your A/C condenser coils a deep cleaning. 

Condenser coils are the part of the air conditioning system that cools down refrigerant gas by releasing heat outside through the radiator fins or cooling coil. Dust, dirt, and other particles build up on these coils over time causing them to lose efficiency and in some cases start to leak refrigerant gas which is harmful to humans if inhaled. Cleaning your condensers should take about 30 minutes to an hour depending on how dirty they are. 

 If the coils are dirty or clogged with debris from leaves and other outside elements then call a professional for help.

Air conditioning systems not as cool as before maybe because it takes longer for the unit to reach temperature; this is why loosening components such as filters might do a trick to make it easier for the unit to reach temperature.

This is why loosening components such as filters might make it easier for the unit to reach temperature.

A dirty air filter will cause your system and home, in general, not only to become less efficient but also can be a fire hazard or health risk if they are letting contaminants into your house while you sleep at night. In order to keep these things from happening replace the filter every month with one that is designed specifically for cooling systems. One last thing we want to mention before signing out of this blog post: cleanliness should always come first because without clean coils you may need an AC repair service sooner than later costing more money!

Check for any clogs in the drain line and fix them if you find any

A clog in the drain line of your AC can cause a lot of problems. The first sign that you may have a clog is when your unit shuts off and on repeatedly, this means it’s having trouble cooling down and heating up. If you’re noticing this behavior check the drain lines for any obstructions like leaves, dirt, or even animals! You’ll want to clean out these blockages so that they don’t start causing more damage to your system.

Failing to fix clogs in the drain line for your air conditioner can cause all sorts of problems. Moisture that accumulates from leaked refrigerant will eventually lead to mold, mildew, and other odors which can be unpleasant for you and your family. If left unchecked these issues could potentially lead to a costly repair or replacement of the unit, so it’s important to keep an eye on this potential problem area. 

When checking if there is a clog in your system you should first check with someone who knows how to properly diagnose whether or not there is water accumulating near the evaporator coil. You might also want to look at where the condensate drains are located on your air conditioner system because they could have fallen be plugged up.

If there is a clog on the outside, then dirt and other materials can also get in with no way of getting back out again; this may lead to more problems for your home as well as making an unpleasant mess for you or others who are trying to clean it up. Clogs can be removed by using vinegar or dish soap and boiling water (or just hot water).

Use a humidifier to help with dry skin, cracked lips, or static electricity 

It’s hard to imagine that a tiny appliance can have such an impact on your health and comfort, but it most certainly does. Humidifiers are designed to regulate the humidity levels in the air around you, which is especially important for people with dry or cracked skin. It can also help those who suffer from static electricity problems during the winter months as well as those who experience allergies due to dryness. With so many benefits ts to a humidifier, it’s worth investing in one for your home.

Humidifiers are designed to regulate humidity levels in order to improve comfort and health. Humidifiers improve comfort for people with dry or cracked skin and those who experience allergies in drier climates.  A humidifier can help regulate the humidity levels around you to provide a more comfortable environment.

Less than 20% of homeowners have an installed air conditioner at their homes, but it is not uncommon to find that number exceeding 80%. For many individuals, there are plenty of reasons why they don’t want one; maybe they live off the grid, live somewhere where electricity isn’t available all year long like Alaska or Iceland (which don’t even use A/C), aren’t sure how much energy consumption will be during peak hours when using an air it’s operating, or have pets that they are worried will be too cold if the A/C is turned on.

Turn off your A/C when it’s not being used to save energy and money 

Did you know that the average American household spends $1,000 on air conditioning and heating annually? With temperatures reaching upwards of 100 degrees in some parts of the country, it’s easy to understand why. But did you also know that turning your A/C off when it is not being used can save money and energy? It will take a few minutes for your home to cool down once the A/C has been turned back on but this time savings could add up over the course of a year! 

Turning off your air conditioning unit when it is not being used can save you money on electricity and help the environment, too!

You might feel a little warmer for the first few minutes in your home when turning off your air conditioning unit but it is worth the investment. Turning off an unneeded cooling system can save on electricity costs because you are not using energy to cool dead space and keep humidity levels low. This will also help ensure that cold air doesn’t get outside into our environment which would have negative impacts on plants, animals, and more! Plus, if there was ever a time to conserve natural resources like water or power (and money!), this should be it. People of Earth unite – turn down those ACs; we need them now more than ever!