Air Conditioning

In today’s world, most people have invested in an air conditioner in one form or another. We have either window air conditioners in our homes or central air conditioners. They keep us cool in the extreme summer heat without fail. But have you ever set back and looked at the costs of running an air conditioner? Or have you ever wondered how does your air conditioner work?  An air conditioning system removes heat from the inside of your house and blows the hot air outside with an outdoor fan. And indoor fan pulls room air across an evaporator coil filled with refrigerant and transfers cool air into your home. Obviously, the movement of air by fans is a big part of the system.

It is very important to replace your filter at least once a month. The air conditioning filter is one of the most important air conditioning parts in the air conditioning system. Without it, your air conditioning system would be dirty and the air you breathe would be filled with pollutants. So Don’t be surprised how quickly the dust accumulates onto the filter. Trying to pull air through a clogged filter just makes the fan work harder, raising your utility bill. The same is true for the fan in the outdoor unit. Make sure the outside coil of the unit is clean.

When using your air conditioning, leave the temperature setting at one comfortable spot. The more you move the temperature up and down, the harder your system works to keep the desired temperature that you want. If you must move the temperature setting, make the smallest movement possible. Sunlight can increase your utility bill over 20 percent so try to keep curtains closed to keep sunlight out of your home. If any mold or algae starts to accumulate within your drain lines pour a cup of bleach about once a month to clean the lines. This will help the water to drain and not clog which will cause problems.To make sure that your air conditioner is running properly  in Orange County call a local air conditioning repair company.

 

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