Avoid neglecting regular maintenance for your central air system. Regularly changing air filters, cleaning vents, and scheduling professional HVAC inspections are crucial.
Closing too many vents in your home can disrupt the balance of airflow throughout the system.
While it might be tempting to set the thermostat to an extremely low temperature for quick cooling, it's not energy-efficient.
Avoid placing objects or vegetation near the outdoor unit of your central air system. The outdoor unit needs proper airflow to function efficiently.
Unusual noises or unpleasant odors coming from the central air system should not be ignored.
Use your central air system's programmable thermostat. Overusing energy might occur from not programming the thermostat.