When the temperature rises outside, your AC keeps you cool and comfortable inside. However, some homeowners struggle with the cost of running the cooling system all summer long. Thankfully, there are a few ways to save money on air conditioning costs:
Install a Smart Thermostat
A smart thermostat, like the new Daikin One+, uses geofencing to determine when everyone has left the house. Once everyone is gone, the thermostat will automatically adjust the temperature higher to ensure you’re not wasting money keeping an empty house cooled. After the system learns your routine, it will turn on the AC just in time to cool the house for your return. Automatically adjusting the temperature throughout the day can result in lower monthly energy bills.
Upgrade the System
Sometimes homeowners don’t want to replace the air conditioner because it’s still technically working, and they don’t have the budget for a new system. However, the older the air conditioner, the less-efficient it probably is. Upgrading to a new, high-efficiency system will not only drastically improve home comfort, it can make a difference in monthly energy bills.
If you want to keep air conditioning costs low and replace the system, but don’t want to pay the full price up-front, consider financing! With our financing partners, we’re able to offer homeowners the opportunity to upgrade to a new air conditioner for as low as $33.99 a month! Learn more about financing options.
You can also save money on a new system by taking advantage of manufacturer’s seasonal promotions. Currently, select Daikin systems are up to $1,400 off! Browse all promotions!
If you want to get a free, no-obligation AC quote,
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Harding Heating & Air Conditioning has been Ottawa’s leading home comfort specialists since 1994. We are a family owned and operated local business and all of our installers and technicians are fully licensed.
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