How An Effective Air Conditioner Can Save You Money.

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With all the major appliances in your home like refrigerators, washers, air conditioners and dishwashers each one plays a big part of  our monthly utility bill.  Having  those appliances can really break your pocket if they are not up to par. If one or two of them are very old appliances, then you’re spending a lot more on energy than you need to.

No one wants to loose money, its always about learning how to save with good energy efficient appliances. Just think, todays major appliances are far better than the older models  and that’s because they have to meet the minimum federal energy efficiency standards.  So many appliances are made to use less energy than the models you had for years.  For me it took me years to replace my air conditioner, mine was by far one of the oldest units around. Whenever my air conditioner broke I just had it fixed, I never thought anything about having annual maintenance checks done or replacing it. Now when I think about it I actually wasn’t saving energy at all I was throwing money out the window every month.

I don’t know about you but I can not afford to loose any money. There are a few benefits to saving energy by maintaining your air conditioner, one is it helps the environment,  two it lowers our demand on power plants, three an effective air conditioner will reduce your bill in the long run  but one things for sure is making sure you have a ac maintenance checklist on hand.

So before you run your air conditioner this summer, make sure it is an effective air conditioner that can help you save money not loose it!



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  1. I used to be a service manager for a plumbing and heating company and you wouldn’t believe the monthly savings you can get from updating to energy efficient equipment. The new equipment has come a long ways in quality too.

  2. When we replaced our furnace a few years ago (it was nearly 30 years old), we switched to an extremely energy efficient model and added a heat pump. Now I’ve got the best of both worlds: a wonderfully climate controlled house all year around and a more energy efficient home.

  3. That is so true. I bought a cheaper air conditioner that took longer to cool down the house. We ended up using more electricity and spending more money then we would have if we bought a more expensive air conditioner. I learned my lesson.

  4. Thanks for sharing this! We just got a new AC two Summers ago and I never even considered that there would be a maintenance checklist. Bookmarking it to come back and use when the snow finally melts!

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