Regular maintenance, such as cleaning filters, help to keep electricity costs low.
When the filter inside the air conditioner is obstructed, intake air amount decreases, while the amount of electricity necessary to cool the room increases.
Cleaning the filter once every two weeks is recommended.
Clean the filter of dust by washing with water or using a vacuum cleaner.
When extremely soiled, wash in lukewarm water with detergent and dry in a shady place away from direct sunlight.
For models with an automatic cleaning function, use this function to clean the filter.
Cleaning not only the filter but also cleaning the cooling fan (heat exchanger) in the back is effective for keeping electricity consumption low.
Before cooling season begins, confirm that cooling fan is clean.
If the dirt of the fan is noticeable, contact us at Annapolis Valley Air Management.