thermostat settings

April 21, 2020

How Do You Know What Your Ideal Spring AC Setting Should Be?

It usually doesn’t take long for temperatures to heat up in the Fayette County area during spring. If you plan on using your AC to keep your home comfortable, what should you set it at? Knowing the ideal spring AC setting can help ensure that your home isn’t too hot or too cold when the weather warms up. Thermostat Setting What temperature should you set your thermostat at during spring? Ideally, you should try keeping it at 78 degrees when […]
November 29, 2019

The Best Indoor Temperature to Keep Your Christmas Tree Looking Fresh

The Christmas tree allows you to showcase fun decorations and gifts and form joyful everlasting memories for the entire family. However, after purchasing it, you’ll need to take good care of it until the day you remove it from your home. Read on to learn more about the indoor temperature that will keep your tree looking fresh for a long time. Before Setup If you won’t be setting the tree up immediately after buying it, be sure to keep it […]
July 18, 2019

Energy Savings to Yield by Adjusting to Optimal Temperatures

When it comes to comfort on a hot summer’s day, nothing does more for your comfort than air conditioning. If you’re looking for energy savings without sacrificing that comfort, consider these energy and money saving tips. Manage the humidity. Lower humidity always feels more comfortable when the weather is warm because the moisture on your skin evaporates quickly, which cools you off immediately. The ideal humidity during the summer should range from 30 to 50 percent. If you’re unsure about the […]
October 11, 2018

Bad HVAC Habits Homeowners Need to Kick

It’s easy to take your home’s HVAC system for granted and develop bad habits about its use and care that affect your comfort, energy bills and the equipment’s reliability and longevity. If you identify with any of the following bad HVAC habits, now’s the time to kick them: Neglecting the Air Filter Your air filter is in place to trap debris so it can’t accumulate on and harm sensitive components. Running your HVAC with a clogged filter can cause a […]