If you’ve lived in Sugar Land, Texas, for long, you know that keeping your home cool isn’t always easy on the environment. So what’s an eco-conscious homeowner to do? From improving airflow to optimizing the thermostat, find out how regular HVAC maintenance saves energy.
In many HVAC systems, airflow issues develop slowly over time. You may not notice that you’re wasting energy until you realize that your utility bill has increased for no perceptible reason. At Davis Air Conditioning & Heating, checking airflow delivery rate is part of our standard tuneup checklist. We know that fixing restricted airflow issues and malfunctioning blower components can make a big difference for your household energy consumption.
Fixing Minor Issues Before They Worsen
HVAC systems rely on countless sensors and electrical connections to keep you comfortable. When these small parts fail, they often cause minor issues that worsen over time. With preventive HVAC maintenance, our team can replace failed sensors or fix broken wires before your system experiences high levels of wasted energy or major breakdowns.
Checking Fluid Levels
Air conditioners need precise levels of refrigerant to run efficiently, and these are liable to change over time. During a standard HVAC tuneup, our team always checks and adjusts your system’s refrigerant level to ensure the system runs smoothly and doesn’t use more energy than necessary.
Optimizing the Thermostat
Programming the thermostat properly is a simple way to save energy, but you have to know the ins and outs of the device to get the most out of your thermostat. Our team knows smart thermostats like the backs of our hands, and we’ll make sure yours is set to maximize energy efficiency. From programming your cooling schedule to dialing back the temperature overnight, we’ll help you optimize your thermostat for efficient operation and maximum comfort.
Ready to maximize your energy savings this season? Call 888-710-5530 to schedule HVAC maintenance with Davis Air Conditioning & Heating, Inc. today.
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