Despite a rainy May, it appears summer is finally here in West Texas. As the temperatures continue to heat up, you’ll hopefully be staying cool in your home, thanks to a highly efficient air conditioning unit. In this post, we’ll explain a few things you can do to ensure that you stay cool, without breaking the bank with high energy bills.

COLD CASH

We’ll start with saving money because that’s something we can all agree on. In the hottest parts of the summer, running your HVAC can account for up to half of your total monthly energy bill! If you’ve ever had a summer-time breakdown, you know the costs can really add up. The fan is on, but your home isn’t getting any cooler! That’s why it’s important to make sure your entire system is regularly maintained to ensure this doesn’t happen.

BUILT TO LAST

Like any appliance, your HVAC has a shelf life. But taking care of it now will lengthen the life span. We recommend getting your entire system serviced twice a year. When it is time to purchase a new unit, you’ll need an expert to help you navigate the many state-of-the-art options that are available. These new features create more comfort and efficiency.

ASK A PRO

There are many jobs around the house that can be tackled by a weekend warrior, DIY diva, or common handyman. HVAC work is not one of them. Any work regarding any part of your HVAC unit, from air conditioners to heat pumps and furnaces, should be checked out by a professional. HVAC technicians at The Bosworth Company are NATE certified, meaning they are fully trained on all elements of your unit, including issues with filtration and ventilation, heating, refrigerant, and electrical work.

DIY?

While we don’t recommend trying to make any HVAC repairs on your own, there are some things you can do to make it easier to know when professional maintenance is necessary. Just do your homework about the model and age of your unit so you know when to ask for help!

WORTH THE CALL

So, is your HVAC ready for summer? The Bosworth Company can evaluate your unit and let you know what it needs to make sure it keeps running strong all summer long – and for years to come. Make an appointment online today or by calling 432-570-5233. It’s Worth the Call. Always.