Posted on May 5, 2020 by iwano@_84
An HVAC unit is unlike a traditional air conditioning unit in that it heats, ventilates, and cools your entire home using one single unit. This raises the amount of energy that your house uses, thus raising your energy bill. In most areas, typically 44% of the utility bill goes directly to heating and cooling.
It would be ideal if everyone lived in a place where the temperature never changed from a comfortable seventy degrees all year long. Sadly, that is not that case for anyone. Because of increasingly drastic weather patterns that cause hotter summers and colder winters, an HVAC unit is a necessity for not only a person’s health and comfort, but also for their sanity. Thankfully, there are many inexpensive ways to keep your home comfortable without sacrificing more of your hard earned money than necessary.
First, check your HVAC’s SEER efficiency rating. Ratings typically range … Read More