AC Repair, Maintenance, and Installation in Jerome, Idaho
AC Service In Jerome, Idaho
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It’s going to get hot this summer, don’t get caught unprepared. Keep it cool this season in Jerome, ID. AC service professionals at Right Now Heating and Air Conditioning. Our technicians provide a local service with a licensed background. Give us a call today at 208-504-1312.
Keep your AC running without problems. Our team of Jerome AC repair experts are background checked, highly experienced, rigorously trained, licensed and insured to provide the best service in Idaho. We pride ourselves on service, which manifests itself in compassionate customer care. We are here to ensure maximum efficiency and longevity of your AC system.
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Save Energy With These Tips and Tricks
Summertime and the living’s easy but the price of electricity can quickly spiral out of control. Based in the Jerome area, our AC maintenance professionals are always ready to provide the proper tune-up and full-service maintenance that your system needs to hum throughout the hottest months. Regular cleaning and maintenance will prevent costly breakdowns and unexpected repairs. Regular service also directly increases the overall efficiency of your AC system.
Here are a few other things you can do to increase efficiency:
Use black-out curtains over your windows to prevent sunlight from heating your home.
Open your foundation vents, and other forms of ventilation to prevent mold and promote good air flow.
Clean debris from your fans and vents, especially your outdoor ac fan. This alone can increase efficiency by up to 20%.
Insulate your home well. Insulation is rated by R-value, a measure of the medium’s resistance to heat transfer. The higher the R-value the better for keeping the cold air inside, and the hot out in the summer.
Tips to Save Energy This Winter
When the temperatures drop during fall and winter, you may notice a slight increase in your monthly utility bills from heating your home. Here are a few simple ways to shave a few dollars off your bills:
Close the foundation vent. This vent is located on the exterior of your house. Closing the foundation vent can help reduce cold drafts in your home.
Open all blinds. During the daytime, the sun’s warmth can make a noticeable difference in heating your home. Maximize this natural source of heat and light by keeping all window coverings up or open.
Cover outdoor faucet. Use a faucet cover in the fall and winter to prevent drafts from entering your home.
Insulate your attic. By adding more insulation to your attic, you can see energy savings of up to 40%.
Adjust your thermostat. The Department of Energy says the optimal temperature inside your home is 68 ° F in winter. If you increase it by one degree, it’ll cost you 3%; conversely, if you lower it by one degree, you’ll save 3%.
Your Home’s Air Quality
The importance of your indoor air quality can be overlooked by some. When it comes to the health of you and your family, however, it could not be more pertinent. Keep the quality of your air clean and clear, in part, by regularly replacing your air filter. Right Now Heating and Air Conditioning offers an Air Filter Replacement program to make the process simpler and more convenient for you. New filters can either be delivered to your door on a set schedule, or on-demand, either method and the new filter appears on your doorstep right when you need it.
More Jerome Heating & Cooling Services
Call Right Now Heating and Air Conditioning at (208) 314-9983 so you won’t have to worry about forgetting to schedule a maintenance job again.
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