How to Keep Air Conditioning Repair Costs Low This Spring

May 1 ,2017

How to Keep Air Conditioning Repair Costs Low This SpringNobody likes to spend buckets of cash on air conditioning repair! So, how can you avoid this from happening? Here are some of the best ways to keep air conditioning repair costs low this spring:

  • Clothe your windows. By using a solar screen for your windows, which can help to intercept solar energy before it enters your home, you can greatly reduce your AC-related repair costs.
  • Change and clean your filters. This is a biggie! Simply by remembering to change and clean your filters on a semi-regular basis, you can stave off repairs. You should change your filters at least once per month – or more often, if you notice that they’re dirty. When it comes to knowing when to change your filters, it’s always best to consult with a plumbing professional. This way, you can ensure that you’re not wasting money by changing your filters more (or less!) often than needed.
  • Clean up debris. If you’re already taking the time to change your air filter, why not clean up any debris from your outside unit, as well? This only takes a few minutes, and it could save you tons on AC repair costs.
  • Be mindful. Sometimes, simply being mindful of your air conditioning unit can be helpful, in terms of reducing repair costs. Try to keep your temperature at a consistent setting, check your filters regularly, and monitor your unit for signs of malfunction.

Contact the Northern’s Team Today!

Do you have further questions about how to keep air conditioning repair costs low this spring? If you would like professional assistance or have questions, don’t hesitate to contact One Hour Air Conditioning & Heating. Call us to learn more about our top-quality heating services. We’re always happy to offer our assistance, help you schedule a consultation, or tell you more about our services. We look forward to speaking with you soon! Contact us today.

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