Increasing the lifespan of your a/c system

The AC unit in your condo is one of the most costly appliances you will ever purchase, maintain, and eventually replace. It can end up costing you quite a bit of currency in the long run, whether it’s the initial upgrade, your weekly electricity bill, repairs, or replacement. This is especially true if your AC unit isn’t officially maintained or serviced. A lack of repair can result in more frequent repairs, and maintaining your AC unit as efficiently as possible is pressing to save money by prolonging its life. Dust, grass clippings, rodent nests, and other outdoor debris can dirty the outdoor unit for your AC system. Your electric bill will skyrocket and your unit will work harder when dirty freon is being used. Your entire a/c unit may fail prematurely, so regularly clean the coils to prevent breakdowns or upscale repairs. AC systems have intake and return vents, and return vents disperse the air from the AC unit to each room. When your intake vents are blocked, your AC unit will work harder to bring in air, so keep your vents clean by officially cleaning them. Upgrade your thermostat to prolong the life of your AC unit, as most homes have aged thermostats, and upgrading to a programmable or smart thermostat can improve efficiency and accuracy. By scheduling your AC unit to kick on at certain times, you can ensure that it is only used when needed. If you want to prolong the life of your AC unit, make sure it is not overworked. Utilizing blinds and curtains can help keep your condo cool without overworking your AC by keeping the sun’s heat out. In addition to keeping your condo cool and your AC working efficiently, blinds and curtains can also help you save cash on those monthly utility bills.

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