Some people like to run the air conditioner all the time when they are in a hotel so they can revel in chill air.
But that’s a bad move, especially if you are doing this at home and paying the energy bill.
Backfire on you
For starters, you are shortening the life span of your AC unit.
Just as mileage takes a toll on cars, AC usage eats away at the length of time your unit will function.
Running it nonstop simply means that the breakdown day is coming sooner. Meanwhile, you are putting more work on various parts, from filters to coils, meaning they too may need early replacements or repairs.
It’s also expensive – both financially and environmentally. You’re using large amounts of energy unnecessarily and generating more carbon emissions in the process.
Premier’s experienced HVAC technicians can show you how to smartly maximize your HVAC systems. We serve Long Island, Manhattan, Queens and Brooklyn.