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There are severalfactors that determine how efficientlyyour HVAC system runs, but keepingyour power bill low is not as hard as itsounds. Here are some power savingtips to help your air conditioningsystem run more efficiently and tolower your electric bills this summer.

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Tips to lower your electric bill this summer

Tips to Lower Your Electric Bill This

Summer

Your air conditioner is responsible for

about half of your power bill in the

summer. So the real question is, how

do you reduce your air conditioning

costs this summer? There are several

factors that determine how efficiently

your HVAC system runs, but keeping

your power bill low is not as hard as it

sounds. Here are some power saving

tips to help your air conditioning

system run more efficiently and to

lower your electric bills this summer.

1. Pre-Season Service

The best way to ensure your air conditioner is working at its peak performance

is to have it tuned up before the hot weather begins. Our HVAC technicians can

examine your unit for any problems that could cause it to fail or may be

causing it to work harder than it needs to. An air conditioner that is regularly

cleaned and maintained will use less energy throughout the season.


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