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Is Your Home’s Central AC System Working to Its Maximum Potential?

May 10, 2020

You rely on your Williamsport, MD, home’s cooling system to keep you comfortable during the warm and humid summers. If it seems like your cooling system is constantly running, or your home isn’t as comfortable as you’d like, the system might not be operating at its maximum potential. Here are some ways to boost your central AC system’s efficiency and effectiveness.

Use a Programmable Thermostat

Take advantage of the energy-saving features of your programmable thermostat. The Department of Energy recommends increasing the temperature of your home to 78 degrees Fahrenheit while you’re at work or gone for the day. This lowers energy consumption and reduces wear and tear on your central cooling system.

Change the Air Filter

Your central AC system can’t operate at its maximum potential if it has a dirty filter. A clogged air filter impedes airflow. Dirty air filters lower cooling system efficiency by at least 15 percent. This forces the cooling system to work much harder than it would need to with a clean air filter. Check the air filter every 30 days. Replace it when it’s dirty or at least every 90 days.

Schedule a Tune-up

Before summer’s heat and humidity arrive, schedule an AC tune-up. As your Williamsport AC repair contractors, we do a thorough inspection of your cooling system. We clean the coils, condensate drain and fins. We also run a system performance test and check for refrigerant leaks. If we find a problem, we fix it while it’s minor. Fixing small issues prevents a service disruption and allows your cooling system to work at its top capacity.

To learn more about maximizing your central AC system’s potential, check out Care Services Inc’s central air services, or call us for more information. Our professional technicians are highly-trained to take care all of your heating and cooling needs.

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