We know that not everyone is an air conditioning expert. Some people hear about things time and time again and believe that they are real. Gober Heating & Air sets the record straight on some of the most common air conditioning myths.

Lowering Temperature for Faster Cooling

Some homeowners often make a mistake by turning their thermostats to a very low setting, thinking that it helps their A/C cool faster. That’s not how it works, unfortunately.

Your air conditioner will still have to work hard to lower the temperature another degree. It is not a shortcut. Time will always be a factor as to how long your cooling system will cool. That is why lowering it to exactly where you want it is sufficient.

Letting Your A/C Run Until It Breaks

Replacing an air conditioning system is expensive, but it does not mean that you should avoid it to save money. If you keep your old cooling system running longer than it should, then it will cost you more on repairs. It will be best to invest in a new equipment as it will save you both money and time.

Bigger Means Better

Bigger is not always the best solution. Picking an air conditioning system depends on several factors, such as the quality of the unit, condition of the ductwork, energy consumption, and size of your home.

If you get an A/C that is smaller than your space, then it will exert too much effort to cool your home. Furthermore, if you install a system that is too large, then it will continuously turn on and off—causing it to exhaust itself out.

Leaving the Temperature Unchanged All Day Will Save Bills

You will save more by setting your cooling system four to six degrees warmer when you are away. If you are at home, then you can lower it to 78 degrees.

Do you need more information on how to keep your A/C in excellent condition? Are you considering having a new replacement? At Gober Heating and Air Conditioning, we have a team of highly-trained technicians who are ready to provide quality service in Oklahoma City and the surrounding areas. Contact us today!