There are a few things you can do to maximize the SEER rating of your air conditioner. These include: 1. Change the air filter A dirty filter will restrict air flow, making your system work much harder, using more energy and costing you more money. Check the filter regularly and follow the manufacturer’s recommended schedule for replacement. A good general rule is a change every three months or at the beginning of every heating and cooling season depending on the filter being
If your AC unit has been servicing you for more than 10 years, it can be very advantageous to consider replacing it. Among the benefits, we highlight the following: 1. Lower Utility Bills High efficiency systems with higher seer rating use less energy, which means less money you spend on energy bills. As a matter of fact, switching from an old 8 SEER unit to a 16 SEER one can save you 50% on your energy bill. Bottom line: higher efficiency = lower bills. 2. Less environmental
Are your air filters ready for summer? As snow beings to fall and the mercury starts to dip throughout many regions, it's hard to think about things like switching out filters on your HVAC unit. But you should. Energy Star suggests changing your air filter every month, especially during the winter and summer months, when your HVAC unit gets the most use. At the bare minimum, don't let three months go by without swapping your dirty one out for a new one.
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