When the temperature begins to rise, Winnipeg residents almost instinctively turn to their air-conditioners for relief. While air-con does provide quick comfort, it also causes energy bills to skyrocket. Air-con isn’t cheap, and many of us push it to the limits or use it inefficiently when Winnipeg’s in peak heat season.
Even great heating and cooling appliances in your home need regular inspections, maintenance from time to time. But eventually, all units need replacements. You don’t want your air-con unit malfunctioning in the middle of summer, or heater blowing in winter, do you?
Below, we’ll inform you about some of the key warning signs your air conditioning is telling you it may be nearing the end of its life.
With the weather in Winnipeg reaching 30+degrees Celsius, sunny, and with a high UV Index rating, residents will be cranking up their air conditioning (AC) as they attempt to escape this early summer heat. As Winnipeg’s air conditioning experts, and your neighbors, at Lynn’s Heating, Cooling, Sewer & Drain we’d like to offer you some tips on how to slash your summer energy bills without sacrificing too much comfort.