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Summer is Heating Up

It is undoubtedly summertime – most of us are cranking up our air conditioning unit, but that could be running up your electric bill.

So the question is: Does turning off your air conditioning unit when you leave the house save you money?

The short answer is no.

Indoor Humidity

By shutting off your AC and opening doors and windows you allow humidity to accumulate within your house. This moisture in the air causes your AC to have to expend more energy cooling down your home. This Allows the inside of your home to reach outdoor heat and humidity levels can add, depending on the house, several hours before the AC unit can catch back up.

Lowering Your Bill

One of the easiest and most effective ways to lower your monthly electric bill is to turn up your thermostat by 4 to 5 degrees when you leave the house. This will lower the constant load on your AC unit, while simultaneously preserving indoor humidity levels.

Using ceiling cans can also save you some cash. Running 5 or 6 fans is cheaper than a single AC unit.

Make the Most of your Summer

Summer is Undoubtedly Here The weather is warming up and if your starting to plan your calendar for the outdoor season, here is a sneak peak of what the weather will be looking like so you can make the most of your days! Keeping Your Cool and Staying Comfortable All Summer Long Summer is a […]

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Ductless AC & Older Homes

A Cooling Solution for Older Homes and Those without Ductwork Older homes many times present challenges for heating and cooling. Retrofitting a central air unit can often be prohibitively expensive or structurally not a viable solution. Portable and window mounted air conditioners have limits and take up space, but a ductless air condition can be […]

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Warmer Weather, Bigger Bills

The Cost of Electricity Impacts your Monthly Bills The price of electricity rises with the start of the warmer season as everyone cranks on the AC, and demand for electricity as a commodity increases. Over the past few weeks as the Midwest and Southeast of the United States have gotten our first taste of warm […]

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Is Your HVAC Hurricane Ready?

Ready or Not Hurricane Season 2017 is Here Hurricane Season 2017 has officially started. As Southerners we are all familiar with the drill: stock up on water, nonperishable foods, flashlights and batteries, as well as setting up hurricane protection for our homes – but most people completely overlook their HVAC systems. HVAC preparation a critical […]

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Air One Spring Special!

The Air One Spring Special is here! Spring is here, and with it the Air one Spring Special! Get $1200.00 instant savings on select new systems, or choose 12 months interest free financing. The Air One Guarantee The Air One guarantee means 12 year warranty on all parts and labor, keep comfortable for many seasons […]

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Asthma & Allergy Awareness

Every year, the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) declares May to be “National Asthma and Allergy Awareness Month.” Why May? Because it’s peak season for asthma and allergy sufferers, and the perfect time to educate everyone about these diseases. 24.5 Million Americans are Affected Asthma and allergic diseases, such as hay fever, food […]

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Allergy Season is Here

It’s no secret, allergy season is here. When most people hear allergies they think hay fever and pollen, but don’t realize that indoor air pollution levels can actually be much higher than those outdoors. Your home can be a huge source of allergy symptoms and asthma triggers. Common indoor allergens include: Mold Pet dander, saliva, […]

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Time to Clean Your Air Ducts?

Most people are aware that indoor air pollution is an issue of growing concern and increased visibility. Many companies market products and services intended to improve indoor air quality. Duct cleaning can be one way to reduce indoor air pollution and improve air quality. Duct cleaning refers to the cleaning of various heating and cooling […]

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