With most systems, the compressor starts under a heavy load. The outdoor unit draws such high amperage that it actually spikes your electricity bill with each start. A compressor saver not only helps lower your electricity bill, it will lengthen the life of your compressor overall.

A compressor saver only pulls a certain amount of amperage, so you’ll see a significant amount of savings each summer. Now, it’s not going to be thousands. But you should see a return on your investment within a few years.

That investment is only a couple hundred bucks. It’s really inexpensive, especially compared to a compressor itself. If your compressor fails, we’re talking more like thousands of dollars.

We find a lot of times that compressor savers can really help older units. There are times where we’ll see a unit that’s eight or nines year old, and the compressor is having trouble starting.

The compressor is the heart of your system. It’s kind of like a heart as we age, right? Some of us need a pacemaker. Well, that’s what’s happening here. We install that compressor saver and – ta-da! The compressor works like a champ for years to come. I’ve seen it over and over again.

If you don’t have a compressor saver installed on your system, it’s really worth considering. For a couple hundred bucks, you’ll save money on your utility bills, and prolong the life of your compressor. Call the On Time Experts at 469-336-3435.

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