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When & How To Properly Run Your Air Conditioning Unit

May 3rd, 2013

It’s that time of year again, New Jersey residents! The snow and frost has cleared, the sun is blazing merrily in the sky, and the temperature is finally rising to flip flop-friendly digits. But with the warm weather, ironically, comes the need to cool down. And what better way to do that than with your air conditioner?

After the cold long winter, your A/C unit will need a little TLC to turn back on properly. It’s advised that you hire an air conditioning and appliance expert to come to your home to inspect and turn your A/C unit back on for you professionally.

It’s also recommended that when you do turn your air conditioning unit back on, you keep it on. Turning your A/C unit on and off to regulate the temperature in your home is in fact a surefire way to decrease the efficiency of your unit, as well as increase your utility bill. 

Kind of like how turning your car engine on and off can use up more gas than simply letting the vehicle run, switching your air conditioning unit on and off uses more energy to maintain your home’s temperature. Letting your unit maintain a constant comfortable temperature is the best way to save money overall. Plus, your unit won’t have to work overtime to play catch up!

If you’re just about ready to get your air conditioning working again, don’t hesitate to call Immediate Appliance to assist you. For only $79.95, our specialists can provide a thorough 16-point check including inspecting freon levels, filters, fans, efficiency levels, non-breakage and more. Give us a call at 1-800-323-3023 today to schedule your air conditioning check-up appointment.