1. Change your air filter regularly to improve air quality and maintain efficient operation.
  2. Schedule annual maintenance with a professional to keep your system running smoothly.
  3. Keep the outdoor unit free of debris and make sure there is proper ventilation.
  4. Set your thermostat to an energy-saving temperature when you are away or sleeping.
  5. Use a programmable thermostat to automatically adjust the temperature based on your schedule.
  6. Insulate your ductwork to reduce energy losses and improve efficiency.
  7. Keep vents and registers open and clear of obstructions to allow proper airflow.
  8. Clean your indoor unit regularly to keep it free of dirt and dust.
  9. Make sure your system is properly sized for your home and has the correct ductwork design.
  10. Use a high-efficiency air filter to remove pollutants and improve indoor air quality.
  11. Seal air leaks in your home to reduce energy losses and improve indoor air quality.
  12. Set your fan to “auto” instead of “on” to reduce energy consumption.
  13. Keep outdoor units level to prevent stress on the components and improve efficiency.
  14. Install a whole-home humidifier to improve indoor air quality and comfort.
  15. Use a zoning system to control different temperatures in different areas of your home.
  16. Insulate your hot water heater and pipes to reduce energy losses and improve efficiency.
  17. Keep your attic well-ventilated to reduce energy losses and prevent moisture buildup.
  18. Use a timer to control when your system turns on and off to reduce energy consumption.
  19. Consider adding air sealing and insulation upgrades to improve energy efficiency and comfort.
  20. Regularly check your system for signs of wear and tear, such as leaks, strange noises, or uneven heating or cooling.