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Summer Air Conditioning Efficiency

Summer is here, and with it comes the heat and humidity that we're all familiar with in Northeastern Arkansas. With temperatures soaring, keeping your home cool and comfortable is essential. But with rising energy costs, ensuring that your air conditioning system runs efficiently is important. In this blog, we'll discuss Mohr AC’s top tips to help homeowners in Northeastern Arkansas optimize their air conditioning efficiency this summer.


Schedule Regular Maintenance

First and foremost, regular maintenance is essential for maintaining the efficiency of your air conditioning system. Your AC unit should be serviced at least once a year by a professional technician. This will ensure that your unit is running at peak performance and help identify any potential issues before they become major problems.


Replace Air Filters

Replacing your air filters is a simple yet effective way to improve the efficiency of your air conditioning system. Dirty filters can obstruct air flow, forcing your system to work harder to cool your home. Be sure to check your filters at least once a month and replace them as needed.


Consider Upgrading Your System

If your air conditioning system is more than 10 years old, it may be time to consider upgrading to a more efficient model. Newer models are designed to use less energy, which can result in lower energy bills and improved performance. Plus, many newer models come with features like programmable thermostats that allow you to customize your cooling settings for maximum efficiency.


Open Windows and Doors for Fresh Air

Windows are great to let in some natural light, but they can also raise the temperature in a room quite a bit. If you’re able, keeping windows and doors open during the morning or evening can allow natural light to brighten up your workspace and create a welcome breath of fresh air flowing through your home. It’s the next best thing to working outdoors. Plus, the clean air from outside can improve the indoor air quality in your home as long as it isn’t polluted with irritants like pollen.


Seal Your Home

Finally, sealing your home can help prevent cool air from escaping and hot air from entering. Be sure to seal any gaps or cracks around doors, windows, and other areas where air can escape. This will help keep your home cooler and reduce the workload on your air conditioning system.