Saving energy isn’t something you do every once in a while; it’s a lifestyle. In order for homeowners in Bensalem, Pennsylvania, to really see the results of their energy-saving efforts, it has to become a habit. Sure, doing a little something here and there may save you a little bit of cash, but doing more can help you save some significant cash. By employing a few energy-saving habits, you can build a lifestyle that will give you a bulkier wallet and a more comfortable home. Here are three energy-saving habits to develop ASAP.
Give Your HVAC a Break
We know that when it gets hot, that button on the thermostat calls out to you like a siren. By learning to resist the temptation and give your air conditioner a break every once in a while, you’ll save more money than you may expect. The actions that build to this habit could range from turning off your air conditioner when you’re away to resisting cranking up the AC when you’re home and finding other ways to cool down instead.
Keep Your Home Clean
Cleanliness and efficiency go hand in hand. By keeping your home clean, you raise indoor air quality and make it easier for your system to operate efficiently. Pay especially close attention to the area around both the indoor and outdoor components of your air conditioner. Dirt and debris around those components will reduce the efficiency of your system.
Start a Preventative Maintenance Schedule
Regular preventative maintenance may be the most important energy-saving habit. With professional preventative maintenance from Custom Aire, you can keep your system running at peak efficiency by having issues fixed before they even happen. We typically perform regular checkups on your HVAC system at least twice a year. The money you’ll spend on maintenance is well worth all of the money you’ll save in utility costs.
Over time, these simple energy-saving habits will develop into a lifestyle of comfort and financial peace of mind. For professional assistance in raising the efficiency of your air conditioner, call Custom Aire at (215) 638-1800.