Keeping your home cool in the summer can be a challenge, especially if you are on a tight budget. Fortunately, adjusting the settings on your thermostat can help you to improve your comfort and cut your energy costs. Here are four tips for setting your thermostat for summer.
If you have central air in your home or office building, you may fear that the high costs of keeping your home cool during the summer months will empty your wallet. This doesn’t have to be the case, particularly if you follow these helpful tips to help keep your central air running efficiently.
Back to school can be one of the most hectic times of year for any family. The days are beginning to get shorter, schedules are changing, new after-school activities are starting up, and everyone has to adjust to a different lifestyle. If you have kids who play sports, there's equipment and practices and exciting new challenges to your laundry and carpet cleaning to bear in mind. If your kids are active in music or other extracurricular activities, that provides challenges of its own.
Using a programmable thermostat in your home is a great way to improve comfort and convenience and save money on energy costs. While they work best for households with regular heating or cooling schedules, anyone can benefit from the savings and convenience of a programmable thermostat.