Living through a Houston summer means a lot of different things for different people, but one thing we can all agree that it means is costly electricity bills! Keeping you air conditioner cranked all the way down 24 hours a day begins to really add up! So what can you do to keep your home cool without running your bill out the roof?
Below are a list of summer air conditioning tips to keep your home cool all summer long:
Seal Your Home: If you are living in an older home there is a good chance the seals around your windows and doors have not been updated. This is a factor that is rarely taken into consideration and goes neglected more often than not. Instead of paying to air condition the entire neighborhood, seal your home nice and tight. In addition to your windows and doors, make sure that your attic is insulated properly, this will help you keep the cool air in, which will be positively reflected in your electricity bill.
Keep Your Blinds Closed: While letting some sunlight into your home for natural lighting may be a habit you enjoy, it can also be costing you! In early mornings when it’s less warm outside have them open, but during peak heat hours, try closing your blinds to avoid letting the heat from the sun affect your electricity bill!
Use Fans: Ceiling fans go a long way to ensuring your cool air is being circulated throughout your home. Keep them running whenever your air conditioner is on so that the cool air flows through your home. This can save your air conditioner from kicking on too frequently throughout the hottest parts of the day.
Raise The Temperature When You Leave: It is a common misconception that it is better to leave your air conditioner set to the same temperature all day to conserve energy. It takes less energy to lower your homes temperature 4 degrees than it does to keep it at a set temperature all day long.
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