A lot of people spend the summer months enjoying the cool air conditioning in their home. Those same people spend way more time than they’d like to admit looking at the utility bill with the astronomical price on it. The first thought is how to get that bill down so that it doesn’t cost quite as much. Maybe I should only use the air conditioning when I’m home, or maybe I should get one of those smart thermostats. While both of these approaches could work, one way proven to help is to switch to Ductless AC.
The truth is that during the summer, we all pump our AC up to the max to stay comfortable and we all notice that our utility bills seem to skyrocket. For some people, this is a worthy investment, but to many of us, we’d rather keep that bill down so we can spend that money elsewhere. Believe it or not, there are things that we can do to keep our bill down AND keep our home or business comfortable for everybody inside. Check out some of the tips below:
When the sun is still shining and the air is warm, and you’re running around in shorts and a t-shirt, it’s hard to think about anything other than the playfulness of summertime. But if you look closely, you begin to see that the leaves are starting to change and the nights are finally cooling off. And even though you might still be running your AC on those warm September afternoons, now is the time to start preparing your heating system for summer.
Whether we admit it or not, how hot or cold an office is very much correlates with how much the employees, and consequently employers, are thriving. It is thusly important to be cognizant of the heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) optimality. For reliable HVAC service in Tuscaloosa, or even for a better understanding of heating systems in Tuscaloosa, contact Tru Temp.
As of this post, it still feels like summer in Tuscaloosa, AL so air conditioning units across the state are still running strong. But winter is slowly approaching and it’s getting cooler as we get into November. It may be time to pack up your AC unit until next year comes around. Here are the steps to take to prepare your AC unit for winter.
It seems that utility bills are just too high, no matter where you live or what your situation. Every month you stare at your bill, perplexed at how much gas and electricity you used. “How is this even possible?” you might wonder. Before you start blaming the utility companies for their outrageous prices and blatant gouging, have you considered that it might actually be your equipment that’s to blame?
You know what people love? Replacing their HVAC equipment. Everyone’s looking for ways to spend more money, and since a new air conditioner or heater is a good chunk of change, they’re great ways to get rid of some of that extra cash that everyone has lying around. If you’re interested in shortening the lifespan of your HVAC equipment so you can drop your clean out your bank account by replacing it early, make sure you do at least some of the following
With spring underway and summer quickly approaching, it’s time to prep your AC for the season. Here are five of the most common AC problems to watch out for. If your AC is experiencing any of the following, it’s important to get it fixed before the temperature gets too hot.