Spring is great for many reasons: flowers bloom, you can open up windows for crisp air and your energy bill is usually at its cheapest. That’s because you’re not relying on your heater or air.
But as mercury begins to climb, so do your energy costs. Here are a couple of tips for saving energy in the U.S. and keeping costs lower.
Giving your AC system an annual maintenance appointment can help it work more efficiently and scale down costs. Switching out your air filter will help keep utility bills down.
If your air conditioning equipment has had better days, spring is an excellent time to replace it. The energy-saving features in newer AC systems is a big benefit for keeping your electricity charges down.
There’s a straightforward way you can save up to 10% on heating and cooling expenses. Just turn your thermostat back 7–10 degrees for 8 hours during the day.
Focusing on how to expertly work your thermostat is the easiest way to lower energy bills in the summer.
You can try several other approaches to help keep your home cool:
You’re out and about and abruptly realize you failed to turn up the thermostat. Then you think about it the entire day!
Smart thermostats pick up on your routine and change the temp when you’re not around to help you save money. You can also set the temperature from anywhere with your phone.
These pro suggestions will all help keep summer energy expenses less expensive. If you think it’s time to improve your thermostat or need AC installation online. We’ll help you select the right solution for your house. And as usual, all our services are backed by a 100% satisfaction guarantee.*
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