Air Conditioners and Energy Consumption
When air conditioners are not operating properly, they will often waste energy. It’s true that the majority of air conditioners will consume a great deal of energy most of the time.
However, as they start to accumulate wear and tear, they will often use even more energy in the process. People might be able to reduce their energy bills by hiring air conditioning repair services.
The ducts of an air conditioning system can start to develop leaks with time. These sorts of leaks are even more likely to develop if people rely on their air conditioners frequently.
Air conditioning systems that are not regularly maintained will be more likely to develop leaks than the systems that are inspected every year or twice a year.
Leaking ducts can cause an air conditioning system to waste around 40 percent of the energy that it uses. Repairing a leaking duct can make all the difference in terms of the energy consumption of an air conditioning system.
The Role of Direct Sunlight
It’s possible for direct sunlight to make air conditioning systems less efficient under some circumstances. If direct sunlight is consistently hitting the condenser, the air conditioning system may be 10 percent less efficient as a result. Air conditioning repair technicians may be able to recommend strategies that will help people reduce this problem.
Filters that are dirty enough can make an entire air conditioning system less efficient. Just changing the filter could reduce the energy consumption of an air conditioning system by 15 percent.
People who don’t change the filters for the air conditioning system often enough might need additional repairs, which could make the entire system run more smoothly.
JR Perkins is the first heating and air conditioning company in the East Valley, serving Phoenix and Scottsdale. To learn more please visit our website at www.JRPerkins.com or call (480) 422-4437.