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Spring has arrived in Fayetteville, North Carolina. You’re probably thinking of ways to minimize your cooling costs. Keep your costs under control by following some simple energy-saving tips.

Schedule Routine Maintenance

Your air conditioning system may not have been used much during the winter season, so it’s important to have it tuned up before you start using it again. A period of non-use can cause the efficiency level of your cooling unit to drop, especially if a component isn’t working properly or you need a new filter. During an AC maintenance check, an HVAC technician will check the refrigerant level, inspect all parts of the system, and test the airflow and thermostat. If anything is malfunctioning, you can have it repaired before the cooling season hits and you need your air conditioner to work properly.

Regular HVAC maintenance can also extend the life span of the system and ensure that it is operating correctly. You can do some simple maintenance, as well, such as making sure the vents and registers are clear, changing the filter every 1-2 months, and trimming your landscaping away from the outdoor unit.

Use Your Fans

The springtime tends to bring fluctuating temperatures, so use your ceiling fans to keep air moving in the home. Although a fan doesn’t cool down the space, it will create a cooler atmosphere by improving ventilation and creating a wind chill effect. When you leave a room, make sure to turn the fan off to avoid wasting energy.

Program Your Thermostat

Since the days are sunny and warm during much of the spring, you won’t need your heating system to run as often during this season. Reprogram your thermostat to cool down the space when you’re at home and allow it to heat up when you’re out of the house.

To schedule your air conditioning maintenance service this spring, call our specialists at Cape Fear Air Conditioning, Heating, & Electrical Company, Inc. at 910-216-9394.

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