keep your air conditioner working efficiently
5 tips to keep your air conditioner working efficiently.
Keeping your house cool and avoiding astronomical electricity bills doesn’t have to be complicated. We’ve compiled a list of some easy habits to help you get the most out of your air conditioning unit.
- Every 6-12 Month Service
Most commercial and residential air con units require a maintenance service every 6 to 12 months to ensure year-round optimal performance. Even if it seems to be working well, a regular service is essential to keep your air conditioner working efficiently. Just like your car, it’s a piece of machinery that needs a regular tune-up!
A general AC maintenance service will include:
- A thorough wash and clean of the filter
- Testing of all functions
- Fin maintenance
A rather small cost for an air con tune-up will pay off in terms of lowered overhauls, enhanced home reassurance, and an extended life for your air conditioning cooling equipment. Therefore, lock in a clean and service of your air conditioner at a time that suits you with JVK Electrical & Air Conditioning Gold Coast ~ 0410 689 029.
- Regularly Maintain your Air Conditioner
In addition to servicing, it’s important to regularly maintain your air conditioner, especially over summer, when you are probably using it flat out! Cleaning the filters is one of the most effective ways to keep your air conditioner working efficiently. A clean filter also keeps your home or business environment healthier – removing airborne particles, grime and dust from recirculating. This is particularly important in tropical climates like the Gold Coast, where moisture in the air can contribute to mould growing within the unit. Mouldy air being blown around the room is an obvious health concern.
- Set your Timer
Don’t drain power by leaving your air conditioner running while you’re out of the house or office. Set your programmable thermostat to start 30 minutes before you arrive and enjoy walking into a beautifully cool space! This handy ‘set and forget’ function helps create a comfortable environment whenever you need it.
- Make sure your Space is well Insulated
Your air conditioner can work its guts out but if all the cool air is escaping through gaps in your doors and windows it’s a complete waste of money and it’s not going to keep your house cool. Make sure your windows and doors are well sealed and keep doors to unused rooms closed while your air-conditioner is on.
- Consider an upgrade
How old is your current air conditioner? Older models are less energy efficient, will pump up your power bills and are likely to require more ongoing maintenance. If your air conditioner is over 10 years old, it’s worth considering investing in a new system.
The JVK Electrical team regularly work with all the top brands – Mitsubushi, Daikin, Panasonic, Fujitsu, ActronAir and GREE. So, you can be sure to get an air conditioning specialist when dealing with us.
With JVK Electrical & Air Conditioning Gold Coast, all of our installations come with a lifetime warranty for your peace of mind. Be sure to give our team of licensed electricians a call first. Whether it’s air conditioning, refrigeration, or mechanical ventilation, we do it all! We service clients throughout Pimpama, the Gold Coast, all the way up to Yatala. So, request a free, no-obligation quote today. Call Jay on 0410 689 029.
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