The humid summer season in North Myrtle Beach and other parts of South Carolina is back; which means having to keep your house cool, and devoid of excessive moisture as it could have a harmful impact on your house. It is also important not to run your air conditioning system to the ground to attain its maximum cooling power.
Below are a few tips to help you and your air conditioning unit survive the heat this summer and save up on energy costs.
Tips to Lessen Stress on Your Air Conditioning Unit
Everyone knows how hot it can get in South Carolina. But not everyone knows how to keep cool and use your air conditioning less. Here are a few steps you can adapt.
Keep your home as dark as you can throughout the day, when the sun is high up.