Spring is wonderful for a couple reasons: flowers start to bloom, you can open up windows for crisp air and your power bill is often at its most economical. That’s because you’re not turning to your heating or air.
But as mercury begins to increase, so do your energy bills. Here are a couple of tips for saving energy in the U.S. and keeping bills low.
Giving your cooling system an annual maintenance appointment can help it run more efficiently and lower costs. Changing out your air filter will help keep utility charges low.
If your HVAC equipment has had better days, spring is a good time to replace it. The energy-saving technology in updated cooling systems is a definite plus in keeping your power bill down.
There’s an easy way you can save up to 10% on home comfort bills. Just dial your thermostat back 7–10 degrees for 8 hours a day.
Figuring out how to effectively schedule your thermostat is the easiest way to reduce energy costs in the summer.
You can do several other things to help keep your residence at the right temperature:
You’ve left home and immediately realize you forgot to turn up the thermostat. Then you stew about it the full day!
Smart thermostats figure out your habits and move the temp when you’re out to help you save energy and money. You can also change the temp from anywhere with your phone.
These pro tips will all help keep summer energy costs less expensive. If you figure out it’s time to modernize your thermostat or need AC installation online. We’ll help you figure out the right fit for your house. And as usual, all our services are endorsed by a 100% satisfaction guarantee.*
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