Air Classic Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Air Conditioning Efficiency’

The Importance of Cleaning or Changing Your Air Filter

Monday, September 28th, 2015

The filter of your air conditioning system does more than clean the air. The air filter blocks particles from ever entering into the central blower unit, which means debris cannot damage the system and force the parts to wear down faster. However, a dirty filter can have the opposite effect. Clogged air filters can lead to a number of repair needs within the system over time, which is why we recommend changing it every month. So how can something as simple as dirt cause so much damage?

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How Duct Testing Can Help Your Household

Thursday, September 3rd, 2015

It’s a hot Southern California day, and your air conditioner just doesn’t seem to be giving you the output you want. Your first thought is that there is something wrong with a portion of your air conditioning system, or even that your older air conditioner needs replacement. But it’s quite possible that the problem has nothing to do with the mechanical and electrical components of the air conditioner. And you’ll need duct testing to find out.

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Can Closing the Air Vents Save You Money?

Monday, August 24th, 2015

Unfortunately, the answer is no. While there are many things you can do to help you save money on your monthly energy bills, closing the air vents to rooms you are not using or rooms that feel too cold is not one of them. Here’s a quick look at how closing vents around the home can actually cause trouble for your air conditioner, and what you should try instead.

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5 Money-Saving Tips for Cooling Your Home This Summer

Tuesday, August 11th, 2015

Are you looking to save money on your energy bills this summer? Cool your home more efficiently and reduce problems with your air conditioning system by following our helpful tips:

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