How to Keep Your Air Conditioner Bill Low

Are you tired of paying big bucks to your electric company in order to keep your home cool? The good news is there are ways to lower your electric bill while still running your air conditioner. Use the tips in this article today to start saving tomorrow. They were provided by . Visit their site for air conditioner repair and maintenance information.

Turn on Your Fan

Before you head to your thermostat to set the temperature down a few degrees, turn the fans on in your home instead. They’ll help circulate the cool air in your home and make it feel cooler than it is. Remember, it costs a lot less to turn on your fans, then to adjust the temperature of your thermostat. Just remember, fans first.

Shut Your Blinds

It’s nice to wake up and open up all the blinds and curtains in your home to let in the sunshine. However, when you do that you will warm up your home. Now we aren’t suggesting you live in a cave, by all means open a few blinds. Just don’t keep all of them open all day. Now, if you don’t mind having all of your blinds drawn, your home will be much cooler.

Change Your AC Air Filters

When was the last time you changed the air filters for your air conditioner unit? This really needs to be done once a month. That’s because dirty air filters force your air conditioner to run harder to create the same amount of cool air. This in turn results in a more expensive electric bill.

We hope you enjoyed these tips. If you start using your fan more often, keep your blinds shut, and regularly change your ac filter your electric bill should decrease.

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