- HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING
- HVAC PRODUCTS
- ALL CITY RESOURCES
- ABOUT ALL CITY
- SCHEDULE SERVICE
Some people dismiss service agreements as unnecessary, but if you’re trying to lower your energy bill, you might be surprised how they can contribute. Why? Because there are three maintenance tasks done during regular maintenance that can consistently reduce your energy consumption.
One of the easiest ways to increase energy efficiency is by properly cleaning and lubricating the moving parts in your HVAC system. When there is friction in the motor of your air conditioner, it makes it harder for it to run, which makes it use more energy and increase your energy bill.
Whether you have too much or too little refrigerant, it will compromise the efficiency of your cooling system. Maintaining the proper levels will keep your air conditioner working properly, help it be more energy efficient, and increase the lifespan of your unit.
One of the most common reasons for increased energy bills is a malfunctioning thermostat. Checking, testing, and adjusting or repairing your thermostat will help it function properly to keep your home the right temperature consistently, reducing energy waste.
There are a few things you can do to increase your energy efficiency. One of the best ways to be more energy efficient is through regular maintenance to your HVAC system. Regular inspection and lubrication of parts, checking the refrigerant levels, and testing and adjusting the thermostat are all just the beginning when it comes to what preventive maintenance includes.
Repair technician inspected newly installed thermostat, found installation error, and repaired. He then inspected the air handler and outside compressor. Discovered freon was leaking, topped off freon to hold me over, and made recommendations for future repairs and upgrades.
Response time was great - next day service, on a Saturday. Service fee was very reasonable, and the technician was polite, professional, and informative.