To survive a smoking hot Georgia summer, you need a cooling system that’s strong enough to take the heat. Without one, burnout can strike before the hot weather even gears up. Here’s how to ensure that your LaGrange home is a cool and welcoming refuge from the heat no matter what else is going on in your hectic life:
Get That AC Tuneup Out of the Way
Summer is a busy time, so schedule air conditioning maintenance early. You’ll beat the rush, and you’ll know that your air conditioner is good to go. Your service technician will optimize the system, and if anything needs to be fixed, you can get it done now and avoid breakdowns later. There’s nothing more stressful than a broken air conditioner in the middle of summer, and it always happens at the worst possible time.
Plan Summer Meals Around the Grill
Summer cooling costs add up, so even if your AC is performing like a champ, there’s no reason to stress your budget by making your HVAC work harder than it has to. Cooking can make your house a hot mess, but if you embrace the art of the cookout, your air conditioning costs won’t be so high. Barbecues are fun and easy; the heat and mess stay outside, and if you use disposable dinner wear, you won’t have to wash dishes either.
Don’t Tempt Fate With an Old Cooling System
If your AC is on its last legs, you might want to replace it now instead of waiting for the worst. Once summer gets underway, local HVAC contractors will be busy replacing broken air conditioners all over town; it might be days before you can get a new system installed. If you replace it now, you can get the most for your money, and if you take good care of it, you won’t have to worry about it for another 20 years.
At Airforce Heating and Air, we can help you choose a high-efficiency Carrier system that keeps your hot Georgia home blissfully cool and saves money on electric bills too. Visit our Specials Page to get a coupon for money off an AC tuneup or for a rebate on a new Carrier system. To schedule a free home cooling assessment, call (706) 407-4885.