4 Ways to Lower Your AC Costs This Summer

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As the temperatures start to rise, so does our electricity bill. Running your air conditioning in the summer can be a huge expense for homeowners, but it doesn't have to be. In this blog post from our team at Climate Mechanics, we will discuss four ways that you can lower your AC costs in the South Jersey area this summer! Contact us today to learn more and to get started.


Use a Programmable Thermostat


A programmable thermostat can help you save money on your energy bill by allowing you to set specific temperatures for different times of the day. For example, you can set the temperature to be lower when you are away at work or during the night when everyone is asleep.


Make Sure Air Ducts Are Sealed

Air ducts that are not properly sealed can cause your AC unit to work harder than it needs to. This will result in a higher energy bill and poorer indoor air quality. With our Aeroseal® duct repair method, our team can easily seal any leaks in your ductwork from the inside, ensuring a tight seal and improved efficiency.


Use Fans To Circulate Air And Keep Rooms Cool


In addition to using your AC unit, you can also use fans to help with room cooling. Ceiling fans are a great way to circulate air and make a room feel cooler without having to lower the temperature on your thermostat. Otherwise, investing in a few good standing or tower fans can also do the trick!


Maintain Your AC Unit With A Maintenance Program

Our HVAC Maintenance Program is designed to keep your air conditioner and other HVAC units running smoothly all year long. With our annual tune-ups, 24/7 priority emergency repair service, and more, you can rest assured that your AC unit will be in good hands.


Contact Climate Mechanics Today!

By following these four tips, you can lower your AC costs this summer without sacrificing comfort. For more information, call our team at Climate Mechanics today! We'll be happy to help you find the best way to lower your energy bill and keep your home cool all summer long.