Regulating Indoor Temperature to Keep Your Home Cozy

Regulating Indoor Temperature to Keep Your Home Cozy

Every homeowner strives to keep their family comfortable while spending the least on HVAC as possible. The key is to set the thermostat properly each season. It also important to have air conditioning repair regularly to ensure that your unit is working as it should. Follow Bounds Heating & Air’s ultimate guide to the ideal indoor climate and end the thermostat discussion once and for all.

Regulating Indoor Temperature to Keep Your Home Cozy

Ideal Home Temperature in the Summer

Electricity bills tend to skyrocket in the summer because of constant use of air conditioning.  Any time you are awake and at home during this season, the ideal thermostat setting solely based on energy savings is 78 degrees. Keeping this temperature can lower your cooling bills by 12 percent, compared to keeping it lower.

If you think that is too warm, remember to dress appropriately for the season. Having a ceiling fan, which consumes only a tiny but of energy, can make the room feel 4 degrees cooler. You should also call in a professional for your HVAC maintenance, as well as to check for problems that may cause your unit to be inefficient.

Keeping Comfortable in the Winter

Indoor heating is the biggest contributor to high energy bills come wintertime. 68 degrees is the suggested temperature when trying to save money in the winter. If you are uncomfortable with it, you can raise the temperature by one degree and still save a lot.

Before winter fully sets in, it’s a good idea to schedule another HVAC repair session. This way, you know that your unit doesn’t have any issues from past seasons.

Contact Bounds Heating & Air today for more useful home cooling and heating tips. We can also set you up with a programmable thermostat so it’s easier for you to control your indoor comfort. Get in touch with us at (352) 472-2761 or fill out our contact form to get started. We serve multiple areas in Florida, including Gainesville, FL.

By | 2018-11-05T15:59:46+00:00 September 3rd, 2018|Categories: blog, heating|Tags: , , |