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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 great time for backyard cookouts, family vacations, and relaxing with friends soaking up the sun. However, depending on where you live, summer can also serve up a variety of different temperatures and weather conditions. Here is a look at the 2017 summer weather predictions for different areas in the US – along with helpful information on keeping your cool and saving money on energy!

The South and West

Southern and western regions of the country are expected to experience temperatures from above average to well above average for most of the summer. In the face of such hot conditions, staying cool and keeping your utility bills down may be a challenge. Luckily, Air One has lots of helpful HVAC summer efficiency tips that can help you save money and stay comfortable. Contact Us Today for information about energy-efficient home comfort, so if you have any questions, be sure to ask them — before the temperatures start to rise!

The East

The eastern U.S. will see the highest chance for warmer-than-average temperatures early in the summer. This warming trend will continue through July and August, with the East experiencing near or slightly above average temperatures for the time of year. To ensure you’re prepared for these sustained high temperatures, remember to schedule an HVAC summer maintenance check. A thorough check of your HVAC system can also troubleshoot and take care of any minor problems before they become a major issue. That way, you’ll be sure to enjoy a perfectly cool and comfortable home environment, even on the hottest and most humid summer days.

The North

Cooler-than-average temperatures are expected in portions of the northern U.S. from June to August. Since you may not know how much air conditioning you’ll need during the summer, it’s a good idea to get an HVAC maintenance check performed to ensure the system is running at peak performance and efficiency. During the maintenance check, quite a few routine services will be performed, these services can include:

  • Charging refrigerant
  • Fan motor cleaning & inspection
  • Coil cleaning
  • Blower cleanout
  • Cleaning of the air conditioner coils
  • Checking all major components and safety devices
  • Making sure all electrical connections are sound and components are working properly
  • Checking for secure physical connections of individual parts

If you would like to learn more about how to improve energy efficiency in your home, would like to request an estimate, or schedule a system inspection contact us today.

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