Heating & Cooling Nightmares, and How to Avoid Them
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portion of your home’s electricity use can be credited to your home comfort system.
There are a number of ways to reduce your energy usage, and your energy costs! Those
bills seem to get higher and higher every year!
You can combat your heavy energy usage by doing three different things:
- Install a Talking Thermostat
Talking Thermostats are great for homes with people on the go, which seems to be
everyone today. Your Talking Thermostats will actually tell you how to program it,
and once you have it set, it will lower and raise the temperature in your home whenever
you like. You can set a lower temperature during the day in the wintertime when
no one is home. You can then set a higher temperature just before everyone returns
from work and school; that way everyone can walk into a warm inviting house. No
one has to turn up the thermostat and wait to be comfortable. Even better, the thermostat
will tell you when you need to change your filters, so not to put additional strain
on your heating and cooling system, and it can give you the name of a contractor
in your area if you need assistance. Talking Thermostats do all the work for you,
and that can lead to big energy savings and dollar savings!
- Have Your Home Zoned
Zoning divides your home into separate quadrants and cools or warms only the parts
of your home that need it. For example, you dining room may have a nice picture
window. But the window makes the room too warm in the summer. A zoning system will
send more cool air to the dining room to make up for the extra heat. It’s more efficient
and cost effective than your air conditioner kicking on and cooling your entire
house simply because one room isn’t comfortable. That means your home is spending
less energy, and you’re spending less money.
- Regularly Maintain Your HVAC System
Has Your Home Had It’s Regular Check
Comfort Qualified™ Companies can provide you with additional information on
all three of these energy and cost saving measures. And they can share additional
options with you as well. Call a Comfort Qualified™ Company and you can mark
an end to needlessly high utility bills.