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Your air conditioning unit is the most important part of your home’s setup — without it, your house would be sweltering hot and very uncomfortable. With that, there comes the notion that the unit itself should be taken care of in order to take care of you. So, how can I make sure of this? When you sign up to have your air conditioner installed, there are a few things your qualified installer will take note of. We’ve made them available to you here, so you can follow along as well!


Our primary goal is to keep your unit out of direct sunlight. By doing so, your unit won’t absorb as much heat and will work less in terms of cooling itself as well as your home. This can increase the efficiency of the unit itself and prove to allow for a longer lifespan. It is also a good idea to keep it away from an area in which dirt and debris can get in the unit. These particles can hinder the unit’s ability to work at peak performance.


It’s also important that your air conditioning unit remain level to the ground during all aspects of its life.Keeping the unit level is essential for the refrigerant to safely flow through all of the necessary piping.. Failure to level out the unit can result in an inefficient cooling system, thus spending more than you should be on cooling your home.

Aspen Air Conditioning is dedicated to providing only the best for our clients. With over 30+ years of experience in the cooling industry, our specialists can assist with your maintenance and installation needs, whether residential or commercial. To learn more about how we can help, visit us on our website or give us a call today at 561-395-1500.

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