Why is my house not getting cool?

Why is my house not getting cool?

You might be low on refrigerant or have a worn out motor or a dirty evaporator coil. Not all AC problems demonstrate themselves with loud sounds or funny odors coming from your system. Some of them simply reduce the AC’s ability to run, and all you notice is less cool air in the house.

How cool should my house be if it’s 90 outside?

They recommend that when it’s 90 degrees outside, you should try setting your air conditioning thermostat at 80 degrees or higher. And when it’s 95 to 100 degrees outside (and higher), you should set your thermostat at 85 degrees or higher.

Is it better to leave AC fan on or auto?

Keeping your fan on AUTO is the most energy-efficient option. The fan only runs when the system is on and not continuously. If your fan runs continuously, moisture does not have a chance to drip outside. It blows back into your home and your AC works hard to remove extra moisture from the air.

How much does it cost to run an AC per hour?

On average, running an air conditioner costs between $0.06 and $0.88 per hour. Let’s calculate how much does air conditioning cost per month (running 8h per day):

What outside temperature is too cold for AC?

60 degrees