Keeping up with yearly maintenance and changing the filter in your unit can boost efficiency and save you a huge amount on your energy bill. If it’s been a decade or more since you purchased your A/C, it might be time to consider upgrading.
Placing electric items or light sources near your thermostat may cause it to think that your home is much hotter than it actually is and, therefore, to stay on longer than necessary. Moving a lamp or reconsidering the placement of your television may help save some money on your next electric bill.
Set the thermostat to a comfortable level when you are home, but boost the temperature up when you leave to help save money and energy usage.
Running the dryer in your home not only uses energy but also produces a lot of heat, as do electrical items that may be plugged in but aren’t being used. Consider the necessity behind using the dryer as opposed to air-drying and keeping a computer plugged in 24/7 versus the cost it may incur.
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