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Spring is here. Traditionally, it’s the time of year when people thoroughly clean their house and conduct home maintenance and repairs. As you tackle your spring-cleaning list, keep in mind ways you can save energy and lower your utility bills.
Here are five simple tips to make your home more energy efficient:
Did you know that running a well-placed ceiling fan simultaneously with the air conditioner can make a room feel up to 5 degrees cooler?
When you’re contemplating replacing your A/C unit, consider these numerical stats below to help you decide:
10-15: The average lifespan (in years) of an A/C unit.
44: The average percentage of your utility costs from cooling and heating; if you’re paying more than that, you may want to consider a replacement.
As your thermostat begins its uptick into spring and summer, we’re recommending tips to keep your air conditioner running smoothly. There’s nothing worse than having a nonfunctioning AC unit (or an extremely high electric bill!) when temperatures soar above 90 degrees.
A new cooling system may save you up to 7 percent of your energy usage. If you answer “yes” to any of the questions below, you may want to restore or replace your air conditioner.