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How Do You Know You’re Getting HVAC Efficiency in the Summer?

During the summer, increased HVAC usage is common as you try to keep your home comfortable during the hotter parts of the year. Your AC’s efficiency is important, as an inefficient AC can lead to reduced comfort, increased power bills, and in some cases, it can even be hazardous. 


Signs Your Air Conditioner is Not Working Properly

If your Air Conditioner is not working properly, there will be several signs of low AC efficiency you should look out for. 

Your Air Conditioner Keeps Running 

If your AC unit lacks the power to cool your home efficiently, it will never kick off; instead, it will continue to run. This can be caused by a variety of reasons, such as you having an aging unit, repair needs, or the fact that you are expanding the size of your home. No matter the reason, a professional can help with needed repairs or upgrades. 

Increased Cooling Costs

One of the first signs of reduced AC efficiency most homeowners notice is increased cooling costs. An inefficient unit runs longer, uses more power, and doesn’t work as well as it should, thus increasing overall energy use.

Bad Smells Coming from the Air Conditioner

Bad smells coming from your air conditioner indicate an AC unit in need of repair and one that is not only inefficient but possibly hazardous. Electrical or burning smells can indicate bad wiring; musty smells can mean inefficient drainage; and a gas smell can indicate a leak for a gas-powered HVAC unit. If you notice any odd smells, you should call a repair technician as soon as possible. 

When You Need the Best in AC Efficiency

At Arpi’s Industries, we know you have a choice of AC service and repair in the greater Calgary area. However, we set ourselves apart from our competition by offering not only top-of-the-line service but the best in customer care. We can help with your HVAC efficiency and assist with all needed repairs, replacement, and upkeep for your home’s HVAC system. Contact us today to learn more and see how we can help make your home a more comfortable place to live.