The holidays are a great time to spend with family and friends. It’s important to not only make sure your house is staying cool but also that the air is clean and maybe even save a few dollars!
In Jupiter, Palm Beach Gardens and other local areas, it’s certain that parties and family gatherings are going to require a cooler area than normal.
If you are hoping to conserve energy and save money on your next A/C bill during the holidays? Follow these tips for better energy consumption of your HVAC unit. Conserve Energy, Save Money!
HVAC Holiday Usage: Thermostat Settings
When you constantly change your thermostat setting in your home, you may notice your utility bills increase quickly over time.
For this reason, keeping your thermostat at a constant temperature will aid in keeping your energy consumption down to a minimum.
If you have to travel this holiday season, keeping your thermostat down to around 60 degrees will help you conserve both money and energy throughout the end of the year.
HVAC Holiday Usage: Air Drafts
Proper home maintenance is key to ensuring your home’s temperature level is regulated throughout the year, regardless of the season.
Eliminating air drafts will ensure there is minimal to no heat/cooling loss as the seasons change.
HVAC Holiday Usage: Use Your Existing Ceiling Fans
Believe it or not, your ceiling fan can actually keep you warm during chilly weather.
By running your fan clockwise, you will be able to circulate warm air that may be trapped near your home’s ceiling.
There are plenty of ways to conserve energy and keep your wallet happy during the holiday season, but first and foremost, proper HVAC maintenance is key.
Before you host your next holiday party, contact the experienced team at Complete Comfort to ensure everything is running smoothly with your HVAC system at (561) 531-5659.
Other things to consider for the holidays is making sure your air ducts have been cleaned lately and that you have peak indoor air quality. If you feel either of those are not at top condition, please contact us for help.