With an average temperature of 92 degrees, summers in Green Cove Springs, Florida, are HOT. To beat the heat and stay cool, most residents here run their air conditioning systems constantly.
Unfortunately, staying cool often comes with a price. An AC unit that runs constantly uses a lot of energy, resulting in higher monthly costs. To reduce your energy spend while still staying comfortable indoors, the U.S. Department of Energy recommends setting your thermostat to 78 in the summer for optimal energy use.
Should You Really Set Your Thermostat to 78 in the Summer?
If 78 degrees feels a little too high for your home, HVAC manufacturer Trane offers a few tips to keep your cool while slowly raising your thermostat settings over time.
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If you have questions about adjusting your home’s thermostat settings, our experienced HVAC team is here to help. Give us a call to discuss ways to keep your unit running efficiently all season long.