Outside Temperatures Affect How Well Your HVAC Works
We all know that the hotter it is outside, the harder the AC works to cool our homes. As a result, you might find it struggling to bring down temperatures in extreme summer heat. One reason is that the air conditioning cycle requires the temperature outside to be cooler than the hot air it is releasing from the unit. That is why your air conditioner works more efficiently in cooler fall and spring temperatures. One of the simplest ways to increase the efficiency of your HVAC is regular maintenance services. Dirt and debris, or faulty parts can add to the strain on the compressor.