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Texas Summer Heat is Coming

The summer heat is right around the corner in North Texas which means it’s time to turn on your air conditioner. But just because it’s about to be the air conditioning season doesn’t mean you have to fork out a fortune to keep your home comfortable. From improving your home’s efficiency to adding a programmable thermostat, there are a variety of ways to beat the summer heat without driving up your monthly energy expenses.

Keep Windows Covered
When you leave your home, closing your blinds and shades can help keep undesired heat out of your home. When left open, that heat can trigger your air conditioner to turn on even when you’re not home, boosting costs and unnecessarily using energy.

Programmed Performance
Programmable thermostats aren’t new, but they have changed quite a bit over the last few years, permitting homeowners to experience new levels of control and comfort. What often goes unrecognized is how a perfectly programmed thermostat can help increase your air conditioner’s efficiency and make a dent in your monthly energy expenses. By keeping your home warmer when you are away, you can give your air conditioner a break and utilize the savings that come with not cooling an empty home.

Fresh Filtration
One of the easiest ways to keep your air conditioner running at peak performance is by exchanging your home’s air filter every month during the summer. Your air conditioner’s peak season is just around the corner which means that you’ll be relying on it pretty heavily. Running your air conditioner all the time can quickly build up dirt and dust on your air filter, making it harder for your system to move the same amount of air. Keeping a fresh filter in your system can help you increase efficiency and keep your home more comfortable while you’re at it.

There are a number of easy changes you can make to boost efficiency and keep your home comfortable! If you have questions about beating the heat this summer, contact us at Spencer Air Conditioning and Heating at (972) 446-COOL (2665) or by logging on to spencerairconditioning.com to find out more.