Your home’s air conditioning system is designed to run during warm days, hot days, hotter days, the hottest days. There’s not much point to an AC otherwise! You don’t run it during cool weather, after all. But even though your AC was built with the heat in mind, it can still overheat during the summer. Just as when a car engine overheats, this will leave you with a busted system that won’t work.
First Choice Heating & Cooling Blog: Archive for June, 2018
Watch Out for an Overheating Air Conditioner This Summer!Monday, June 25th, 2018
Tips to Lower Your Cooling CostsMonday, June 11th, 2018
There’s no way to avoid a rise in electrical costs during the summer if you have a central air conditioning system. The air conditioner consumes electrical power to run the fans and the compressor, and this comes at a cost. But the cost doesn’t have to be as high as it currently is! There are ways to reduce the price of a comfortably cool home over this summer, and the many summers to come.
Here are our top tips for conquering the high cost of cooling: