3. Your unit is not big enough for your space.
You wouldn’t dream of putting a smart car engine into a tank, but some homeowners use this principle when cooling their homes.
Having the right-sized air conditioner for your space may cost more up front, but it will save you money in electrical costs when it cools your home and then shuts off.
Fortunately, energy efficiency upgrades often come with manufacturer and utility rebates that make replacing your too-small unit with a new model more affordable than you think.
The key is to have a professional HVAC specialist look not only at the size of your home but the design, placement of the unit, insulation and sun exposure to help you select the air conditioner that will effectively and efficiently cool your home.
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