Get the Most Out of Your Air Conditioner

Cooling

Getting a new air conditioner for your home is a major investment, and of course you want to make sure you are getting the greatest benefit out of it with the Ridgedale and the Branson area weather. Generally, your air conditioner doesn’t require much of your time or attention, but there are always ways to improve. Follow these tips from Branson HVAC, LLC to get the most out of your air conditioner.

  1. The Right System for Your Home
    With all the air conditioner options out there, we can design a system that fits your needs and the size of your home properly. Branson HVAC, LLC can help you find the air conditioner that’s the perfect fit for your home by considering your square footage; how well your windows; walls and roof are insulated; and other factors.

  2. Use a Programmable Thermostat or Comfort Controls
    Taking advantage of a programmable thermostat can make it simple to control your comfort. Using a programmable thermostat, you can set a personalized temperature schedule a week at a time. There’s no reason to worry about adjusting the temperature before or after work or before bed. There are also more advanced options to take advantage of like remotely adjusting the temperature using your phone, tablet or laptop. Comfort controls such as the iComfort® thermostat can perform advanced diagnostics on your air conditioner to warn you of service needs.

  3. Help Your Air Conditioner Out
    You don’t need to make your air conditioner work harder than necessary. On a sunny day, keep the indoor heat from rising by closing the blinds and windows. When it’s cooler, open the windows so your air conditioner can get a break.

    Close the vents and doors of unoccupied rooms to allow the cool air to get where it’s needed. This will prevent making your air conditioner work harder than it needs to, and eliminate unnecessary costs on your energy bills.

  4. Don’t Forget About Maintenance
    When buying a new car, most people follow the manufacturer’s recommendations on the frequency of oil changes and routine maintenance. You should do the same for your air conditioner to keep your investment operating properly and efficiently. Spring is an excellent time in Ridgedale and the Branson area to schedule an appointment with a professional to inspect and maintain your air conditioner before summer is in full swing. If you have any questions, call Branson HVAC, LLC in Ridgedale and the Branson area at 417-544-4430.
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