Seasonal Resident AC Tips

Seasonal Resident AC Tips

On February 16, 2017, Posted by , In News, By ,, , With Comments Off on Seasonal Resident AC Tips

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Seasonal Resident AC Tips

Ever wonder what the best Seasonal Resident AC Tips are? As a seasonal resident to Florida, you know that heat and humidity are a fact to Florida living. Keeping your air conditioning system running efficiently can help prevent pesky side effects like mold and mildew or damage to furniture and other items. Check out these few tips to help make your stay in Florida most enjoyable!

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More Seasonal Resident AC Tips! You residents should have a licensed, certified air conditioning contractor check the system for issues that may have come up while you were away from the home. A licensed contractor can provide maintenance and check for things like low refrigerant, dirty coils, clogged drains and more.

Change your Air Filter

Even though you were away, Sunset Air suggests changing that filter right away. Dust and other particles from the air collect even during limited activity and this will help add to the efficiency of your system and provide cleaner air for you and your loved ones.

Mold prevention

Dealing with moisture is among the number one Seasonal Resident AC Tips! Moisture and humidity are at an all-time high in Florida. That hot, humid, salty air can cause a multitude of problems for your appliances, furniture, fixtures and more. Make sure all your exterior windows and doors are sealed up tight to prevent the spread of additional moisture that could cause mold and mildew. Remember to check other places that moisture could seep in like vents and chimneys. Also, leave those interior doors open to encourage air flow.

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Sunset Air suggests leaving those thermostats to run a few hours a day when you are gone. This will allow for air to flow throughout the system and help prevent moisture from building up. A programmable thermostat is more energy-efficient and most effective. You can set up alerts on your phone, too, for easy monitoring.

We hope you found these Seasonal Resident AC Tips helpful. If you have any questions or would like to set up a maintenance plan on your seasonal home, call Sunset Air today.

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