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$$$ Saving Tips ...

Listed below are some of the easiest and most effective ways to help you conserve energy, trim costs and gain control over the energy usage in your home.

  • Cool your home at 78° or warmer with the thermostat fan switch on "auto."
  • For additional savings, raise your thermostat to 82° or warmer when you're away from home.
  • Heat your home at 68° or cooler with the thermostat fan switch on "auto."
  • To save even more, lower your thermostat to 65° or cooler at bedtime or when you're away from home.
  • Install a programmable thermostat to adjust the temperature automatically and maximize your energy savings. It also helps to maintain a comfortable temperature when you wake up or return home.
  • Clean or replace your air conditioner's filter every month to trim your cooling costs and help your unit run more efficiently.
  • Turn off your ceiling fan when you leave the room. A fan that runs constantly can cost up to $7 a month depending on size and age.
  • Avoid pre-rinsing dishes before putting in dishwasher. It can save up to $70 a year.
  • Limit the time you run your pool pump:
    • Summer - run it no more than six hours a day
    • Winter - no more than four hours a day
  • Adjust the water level on your washing machine to match the load size, especially when using hot water. Always use a cold rinse.
  • Clean the lint filter in your dryer before every load to dry your clothes faster and save money.
  • Use the auto sensor function on your dryer, if you have one, to conserve energy by not over-drying your clothes.
  • Cooling efficiency for air conditioners and heat pumps is indicated by a SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) rating, which tells you how efficiently a unit uses electricity. The higher the number, the greater the efficiency. The typical SEER rating of units manufactured prior to 1992 is about 6.0. As of 2006, all newly manufactured systems will have to be a minimum of 13 SEER.
  • Make sure the unit is properly sized and installed to ensure maximum comfort and efficiency. Contractors should be well trained in the proper installation of air-source heat pumps and central air conditioners. Incorrectly installed duct work can dramatically reduce efficiency as well.
  • Air conditioners typically draw more energy than any other appliance in your home. Try these tips to keep your air conditioner in top shape and running efficiently:
      • Keep your windows and doors closed and blinds drawn.
      • Use bath and kitchen fans sparingly when the air conditioner is on.
      • Keep your outdoor coil clear of dirt, leaves and grass clippings by cleaning it carefully with a garden hose.
      • Don't plant flowers or shrubs too close to your air conditioner, as it needs space to take fresh air in and to exhaust air out.
      • Delay activities that generate heat, such as washing clothes or running the dishwasher, until the cooler evening hours.

    Maintain your air conditioner. Lower your costs.

    By maintaining your cooling system annually, our experts can help pinpoint potential problems before they become costly, inconvenient emergency repairs or worse, safety hazards. Because a well-maintained system runs more efficiently, you can be sure to get peak performance from your equipment to help save on your monthly utility bills.

    Maintenance Highlights:
    For the Indoor Componentl:

    • Inspect refrigerant lines for signs of leakage -visual
    • Check and maintain standard air filters
    • Check operating temperatures
    • Check blower/air handler operation and lubricate as necessary
    • Check Evaporator Coil for air flow and visual refrigerant leaks
    • Check condensate drain and maintain as necessary
    • Check operational controls and thermostat

    For the Outdoor Component:

    • Inspect refrigerant lines for signs of leakage -visual
    • Inspect condenser coil
    • Check condenser fan operation and lubricate as necessary
    • Check operation and condition of the compressor contractor
    • Check system voltage
    • Check operating temperatures

    During the service call, our service technician will be pleased to answer any questions you may have about your cooling system and will advise you about simple maintenance you can perform.

    While System is Operating

    • Monitor system starting characteristics and capabilities
    • Listen for abnormal noise
    • Monitor air conditioning and heat pump systems for correct refrigerant charge
    • Measure outdoor dry bulb temperature
    • Measure indoor dry and wet bulb temperature
    • Measure high and low side system pressures
    • Measure temperature rise and adjust airflow as needed
    • Check vent system for proper operation
    • Monitor system for correct line and load volts/amps
    • Monitor system operation per manufacturer’s specifications
    • Provide system operation report and recommend repairs or replacement as necessary

Central Heating Coral Springs | HVAC Technicians Coral Springs

Central Heating Coral Springs

HVAC Technicians Coral Springs

Central Heating Coral Springs | HVAC Technicians Coral Springs

Central Heating Coral Springs | HVAC Technicians Coral Springs

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