Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning (HVAC) industry pioneer and leader Goettl Air Conditioning conveys six ways to save money on air conditioning this summer.
Rather than replacing old units with new ones, Goettl recommends focusing on issues that may be apparent but frequently are overlooked.
For instance, adjust the thermostat as high as possible. According to Energy Star each degree above 78 Fahrenheit saves roughly 3 percent of cooling expenses.
Goettl encourages outdoor meals on the barbeque grill rather than indoors where ovens increase indoor heat. The company also recommends people remain outside, take a walk or listen to music.
While dirty air filters can boost the expense of cooling costs by holding the flow of air back as well as diminishing the effectiveness of air conditioners, Goettl advocates switching out air filters often to prevent elements from entering the system.
Another way to save money would be allowing access to the house through open windows while turning the air conditioner off can be the source of bringing fresh air inside. And securing the blinds as well as closing the drapes can control and reduce the sun’s heating outcome.
Goettl also advises inspecting for leaks outside doors and windows. If any leaks are found, the company recommends putting caulk around the leaks to avoid any cool air from getting away.
Goettl Air Conditioning, which was launched by Gust and Adam Goettl in 1939, operates in Phoenix, Tucson, Las Vegas and Southern California.
The industry leader, which has offered high quality HVAC equipment as well as an array of maintenance, repair and replacement services for more than 75 years, works with commercial projects, custom homes and new builds and remodels.
The company, which was named “Best HVAC Company for 2017″ by the Arizona Foothills Magazine, offers same day services and financing options.
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