Spring is wonderful for many reasons: flowers start to bloom, you can open windows for fresh air and your energy bill is usually at its lowest. That’s because you’re not using your furnace or air conditioner.
But as temps begin to rise, so do your energy costs. Here are a few tips for saving energy in the U.S. and keeping costs down.
Giving your AC system an annual tune-up can help it run more efficiently and reduce costs. Replacing your air filter will help keep energy costs down.
If your cooling equipment has seen better days, spring is a great time to upgrade it. The energy-saving technology in newer AC systems is a definite plus in keeping your utility bill down.
There’s an easy way you can save up to 10% on heating and cooling bills. Just turn your thermostat back 7–10 degrees for 8 hours a day.
Learning how to efficiently use your thermostat is the best way to reduce energy costs in the summer.
You can do a few other methods to help keep your house cool:
You’ve left home and immediately realize you forgot to turn up the thermostat. Then you think about it the entire day!
Smart thermostats pick up on your routine and adjust the temp when you’re gone to help you save money. You can also change the thermostat from anywhere with your phone.
These expert tips will all help keep summer energy costs down. If you decide it’s time to upgrade your thermostat or need AC installation online. We’ll help you find the right product for your home. And like always, all our services are backed by a 100% satisfaction guarantee.*
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