Clean or Replace Air Filters
Dirt and debris can clog the filters and prevent normal airflow. This diminishes your air conditioner’s efficiency. Particles can also get into the evaporator coils and reduce the amount of heat they absorb from the environment.
Replace air filters at least every 6 months to reduce energy consumption up to 15%.
Clean the Coils and the Condenser
Dirt can get into the coils and the condenser. Clean these devices regularly to prevent dirt accumulation, which can impair heat absorption and air flow.
Replaces Lines and Drains
Clogged or broken lines and drains prevent air conditioners from reducing indoor humidity. This can cause moisture buildup, which is preferred by molds and other microorganisms.
Seal the Gaps
Make sure there is no space between the unit’s body and the frame. Gaps let cooled air out and hot air in, which negates the air conditioner’s function and inflate energy bills.