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  • Kissimmee Florida Furnace repairs and replacement 
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What Temperature Should I Set My Thermostat in the Summer?

Save Money and Stay Cool by Following These Recommended Summer Settings

Air conditioning offers a refreshing escape from the summer heat, but settling on a temperature to maintain in your home may require a delicate balance between your family's comfort preferences and your financial bottom line. Simply put – the lower you set your thermostat in the summer, the higher your energy bills will be. However, if you work through some of the variables you can shoot for a temperature that keeps you comfortable and saves you money. 

The Best Temperature Settings When You're at Home

To stay comfortable and save money this summer, the U.S. Department of Energy recommends setting your thermostat to 78F (26C) when you are home. Setting your air conditioner to this level will allow you to stay cool and avoid an unusually high electricity bill. If you still find yourself looking for relief, you can invest in a dehumidifier and follow our tips below to trap cool air in your home.

D.I.Y Before Calling us
  1. Check thermostat. Make sure the thermostat is either below the temperature you want to cool, or above the temperature you want to heat.
  2. Check that thermostat wire connected to system if broken call a expert.
  3. Check breaker box to see if the HVAC breaker flipped. If so, flip switch to see if system comes on.
  4. Check air filter. If dirty, replace. You should replace your filter every 1 to 3 months depending on your filter and whether you have pets in your home.
  5. Check the drain pan (make sure power is off to your unit). If full of condensate (water), you probably have a clogged drainpipe. If you can remove the area of the PVC pipe that is clogged, take it off and rinse it out with a garden hose. Then clean the inside of the pipe with 50/50 water to vinegar mix. Reattach pipe and check system.
  6. Check outdoor unit.  Flip the service switch (usually located on adjacent home wall) on and off.
  7. Check air handler. Sometimes there are two switches. One for the furnace, and the other for an air conditioner. Ensure that both are in the on position.
  8. Check evaporator coils. If frozen, unit will not come on. Wait until they thaw, and check if coils need to be cleaned.  Dirty coils can cause them to freeze.
  9. After following these steps and the ac unit will still not cool the its time to call Premier comfort of Florida . 407-255-3294

You most likely need a new AC if your current unit:
  • Is more than 10 years old. Most AC's have a lifespan of 10–15 years, so if your unit is approaching that age, it's probably worth it to get a new one.
  • Struggles to keep the set temperature. This could be a sign that your AC is not working properly or nearing the end of its life. Either way, it's usually best to call a professional.
  • Needs frequent repairs. This is often a sign that your AC is on its way out. It usually pays off in the long run to invest in a new unit rather than constantly spending money on expensive repairs.