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Air conditioner tips: How to get the best cooling yet less electricity bill

Summer heat is getting the worse of you but too tense to use the Air conditioner all the time worrying about the unwanted electric bills?

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The worst season of the year is here and we all sit under the AC in our room to study or work, but it isn’t that simple right? First, we are very worried about the bill. If we use the AC all the time the electricity bill will skyrocket. And then maintenance is another problem. Below is a list of AC tips and tricks to avoid those. 

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Choosing AC with a high star rating is of utmost importance when buying this summer. They come in with inverter technology designed to save 30-35 percent of electricity bills, also helps in the longevity of the product. 3-star rating elite AC gives up to 40% Energy saving while 5-star rating gives up to 50% Energy saving. It is always a wise choice to own a 5-star rated AC that comes with the latest technology.

  •  Keep the temperature at 24-degree Celsius 

Keeping the AC at 25-degree helps in the optimal load on the compressor. This contributes to temperature maintenance and reduces energy consumption. A very simple hack for efficiency, if you ask us. 

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Read more: Flipkart launched Nokia Air Conditioners With Smart Climate Controls in India

  •  Regular servicing of the parts

Surprisingly, AC contains 3,000 parts that need to be checked and serviced at regular intervals. Cleaning the air filter and the outdoor unit every 7-15 days gives it optimal usage. Some area of the common problem faced is dirt and dust that can be avoided easily. A dirty Air Conditioning unit means more electricity bills and higher energy costs. 

 Read also: Samsung launched a new series of Convertible Inverter Air Conditioners

  • Avoid Non-stop Usage

Turning off the Air conditioning unit at regular intervals of time is another wise way to save money on bills and maintain the validity of the product. Two highly advised ways are when you are not in the room or not in use, turning it off and also turning it off when you are asleep is another way to save energy along with, of course, saving money. Using it 24/7 also damages the components of the AC unit and leads to parts not running effectively. 

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  •  Install at the right place 

Installing your AC at a strategic place is another tip for better use. Many home appliances such as the refrigerator, cooking stove, or any other kitchen appliances, where there is less ventilation, will create heat in the room. This might result in poor functioning of the AC since there is more heat in the room. This will result in an increase in AC usage and load. If the AC is placed at the right place it can help in reducing power consumption. For an average 150 sq. ft room, you need a 1.50-ton capacity air conditioner. 

Try the above AC tips and tricks and let us know how did they help you.

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