If you are troubled by the high bill of AC, then follow these tips and tricks
AC buying tips and tricks Some people believe that the lower the temperature of the air conditioner, the cooler it will get. But this is not entirely correct. In the pursuit of cooling down as quickly as possible, people are often seen doing excesses on the air conditioner.
Due to work from home in the lockdown, both the use of air conditioner and the consumption of electricity have increased. It is also important to know about the power consumption while buying an air conditioner. Nilesh Shah, Vice President, Business Planning and Marketing Division, Johnson Controls-Hitachi Air Conditioning India Limited has given some special tips. Let us know about them in detail-
Set the air conditioner temperature to a favorable level - Some people believe that the lower the temperature of the air conditioner, the cooler it will be. But this is not entirely correct. In the pursuit of cooling down as quickly as possible, people are often seen doing excesses on the air conditioner. Most people set the air conditioner to a minimum temperature, such as 18 ° C, as soon as the temperature of the indoor environment rises. They feel that by doing this the air conditioner will cool down the room instantly. This method of cooling the room quickly is not effective. According to the Bureau of Energy Efficiency, the average temperature of an air conditioner is 24 degrees Celsius. This temperature is also right and comfortable for the human body. Not only this, according to research, every single degree of temperature raised in the air conditioner also saves about 6 percent electricity. In such a situation, to cut down on the electricity bill, keep the average temperature of the air conditioner 24 ° C instead of 18 ° C.
More Stars Means More Savings - A 5-star rating air conditioner cools your room in the most efficient way possible. Along with dissipating cooling quickly, the 5-star air conditioner also reduces power consumption.
Get into the habit of setting a timer - If your air conditioner has a timer feature, then its proper use will be very beneficial. Can be set to turn on/off the air conditioner with timer. This feature not only automatically turns on or off the air conditioner during sleep but also saves electricity as compared to normal usage. Getting used to this feature will help keep your bills low in the long run.
Care is also very important - adopt a 'door lock policy' and reduce power consumption. Close doors and windows and keep them covered with curtains. By doing this, the cooling of the room will also not decrease, the air conditioner will also cool the room faster and effectively and there will be no unnecessary burden on the air conditioner machine. With this the air conditioner will last for less time and the electricity bill will also come down. Using the air conditioner responsibly will keep the machine fit while giving better coolness and it will last you a long time.
To keep the room cool then choose Smart Air Conditioner - Smart Air Conditioner maintains the perfect balance between coolness and air flow. The smart air conditioner monitors the movement of people inside the room and automatically adjusts its system to suit their movement. These smart air conditioners keep changing their method by understanding the cooling requirements and also reduce the power consumption.
Regular servicing is the basic mantra of saving electricity - Regular service keeps the air conditioner in good condition along with giving better cooling. There are also air conditioners available in the market that automatically clean the dust and frost inside the machine from time to time and give fresh, cool and odor free air. Such a feature helps the air conditioner to deliver balanced cooling for a longer period of time. At the same time, it also saves the cost of frequent service and also increases the life of the air conditioner. By adopting these methods, you can enjoy summer and lockdown in a very comfortable and cool environment at home, without worrying about your electricity bill.