It is official. Memorial Day Weekend is here – summer has begun!
As you enjoy the festivities this weekend brings, keep in mind it’s starting to warm up. This will cause additional stress on your air conditioning units, so we wanted to share some helpful tips to ensure your house stays cool.
Change your air filters.
This simple task improves the airflow going to your air conditioning unit. If the filters are old and dirty, it will make the air conditioner work harder to pull air through.
Keep your doors closed.
If you have company over this weekend, you’ll likely have a constant flow of people going in and out of your house–hanging by the pool and running inside to grab a snack. Make sure the door closes behind everyone. Leaving the door open, even for a few seconds, allows precious cool air to escape. This can cause your air conditioning unit to run longer to keep up.
Keep your blinds close.
Take a few moments and walk through each room of your house. Any windows that have light streaming in, close those blinds. The sunlight will increase the heat inside your home. The more your house heats up, the more your units have to run.
Memorial Day is built for grilling! But in all seriousness, don’t use your stove. Take the cooking outdoors. If you think your house is hot already, turning on the hot oven won’t help.
Get your air conditioner units serviced.
The worst thing that can happen is your air conditioner stops working in the middle of the weekend. Get your units serviced before this happens! Click here to get an appointment scheduled.
We hope you have a fantastic Memorial Day weekend with your family and friends. Eat some good food, listen to fun music (check out this awesome Spotify playlist we found!), and make some unforgettable memories.
Our A/C went out & Wolfgang’s was here really fast & took care of the issue within minutes. We will sleep much better tonight.
We’ve had Wolfgang’s Cooling and Heating since our unit was new in 2011. To date we have had no problems.
Excellent service. Friendly. Reliable. Efficient and polite which is often rare when dealing with air con specialists in Arizona.