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During this time of the year, it’s pretty easy to lose your cool, whether it be you, or your home! In order to keep yourself sane and your house cool this weekend, make sure you’re following these tips below.

Keep Doors And Windows Closed

Your air conditioning is precious, so it’s important to make sure that you’re getting the most out of what you’re paying for. Keep your windows and doors closed so that nothing escapes, and make sure your vents are not blocked. If you’re going to have a house full of people, it’s okay to set the temperature a bit lower to account for all the body heat — and food!

Serve Chilled

For the main courses, you can’t necessarily escape the main dishes that everyone looks forward to, but you can serve extra! To keep everyone cool and collected (and full!), serve cold appetizers, cool drinks, and keep a lot of water and ice nearby. The cooler the food, the more comfortable people may become as the day goes on.

Make Sure Your AC Is Working

Lastly, before family gathers, make sure your air conditioner is operating properly. Make sure there is nothing blocking vents, nothing interfering with your outdoor unit and that you’ve had a routine maintenance check up in the past few months.

The holidays can be stressful — your home air conditioning shouldn’t add to this stress. Please call Aspen Air Conditioning if you have any issues or questions with your air conditioning system. We are open 24/7 to ensure our customers are always comfortable. To learn more about how we can help you stay cool, call us at 561-395-1500 or like us on Facebook!

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