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  • Writer's pictureJeffrey Blanchard

Top Summer Air Conditioning Tips from Titan Heating & Cooling

As the summer heat approaches, it's crucial to ensure your HVAC system is ready to keep your home cool and comfortable. Preparing your HVAC system for summer can help prevent breakdowns, improve efficiency, and save on energy bills. Here are some essential steps to get your system summer-ready:



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  1. Spring Maintenance Checklist

  • Schedule a professional HVAC inspection and tune-up.

  • Clean or replace air filters to ensure proper airflow.

  • Inspect and clean the outdoor unit, removing any debris or obstructions.

  • Check for leaks in the ductwork and seal them to prevent air loss.

  • Ensure the thermostat is working correctly and set to the appropriate temperature.

  1. Air Conditioner Tune-Up Tips

  • Lubricate moving parts to reduce friction and wear.

  • Tighten electrical connections to prevent malfunctions.

  • Inspect and clean the evaporator and condenser coils.

  • Check the refrigerant level and top up if necessary.

  • Test the system's performance and efficiency.

  1. Cleaning Condenser Coils

  • Turn off the power to the unit before cleaning.

  • Use a garden hose to gently spray the coils, removing dirt and debris.

  • For stubborn grime, use a coil cleaner and follow the manufacturer's instructions.

  • Rinse thoroughly and allow the coils to dry before turning the power back on.

  1. Checking Refrigerant Levels

  • Low refrigerant levels can cause the system to work harder, leading to higher energy bills and potential damage.

  • Have a professional check the refrigerant levels and recharge if necessary.

  • Address any refrigerant leaks promptly to avoid further issues.

  1. Improving Airflow and Ventilation

  • Ensure all vents and registers are open and unobstructed.

  • Use ceiling fans to help circulate cool air throughout the home.

  • Close curtains and blinds during the hottest part of the day to reduce heat gain.

  • Consider installing a whole-house fan to improve ventilation.

  1. Programmable Thermostat Settings

  • Set the thermostat to a higher temperature when you're not at home to save energy.

  • Use the programmable features to automatically adjust the temperature based on your schedule.

  • Consider upgrading to a smart thermostat for more precise control and energy savings.

  1. Energy-Saving Cooling Tips

  • Use energy-efficient window treatments to block out heat.

  • Install weatherstripping and insulation to keep cool air in and hot air out.

  • Limit the use of heat-generating appliances during the hottest part of the day.

  • Ensure your home is well-ventilated to prevent heat buildup.

  1. Titan’s Summer Prep Services

  • Comprehensive HVAC inspections and tune-ups.

  • Expert coil cleaning and refrigerant level checks.

  • Professional advice on improving airflow and ventilation.

  • Installation of energy-efficient thermostats and other upgrades.

  • Customer testimonials on the benefits of summer prep services.

  1. Signs Your AC Needs Service

  • Warm air blowing from the vents.

  • Strange noises or odors coming from the unit.

  • Weak airflow or uneven cooling.

  • High energy bills with no change in usage.

  • Frequent cycling on and off.

  • Water leaks around the unit.

  • Unresponsive thermostat.


By following these steps, you can ensure your HVAC system is ready to tackle the summer heat, keeping your home cool and comfortable all season long. For professional assistance, trust the experts at Titan Heating & Cooling to provide top-notch summer prep services and ensure your system runs efficiently.





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