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Thermostat Do's and Dont's:
Be careful setting your thermostat back while you are away from your home on a really hot day.
Cooling does not typically work like heating - changing the temperature 40 to 60 degrees. Cooling only changes the temperature from the air going into your system and coming out of your vents by 18 to 22 degrees depending on the humidity and temperature in your home and outside your home.
A safe rule of thumb for air conditioning is not to exceed 5 degrees of set back. That means if you're not home and you typically set your thermostat for 73 degrees, do not set it higher than 78 degrees. If you set the thermostat to come on at 5:00 and you are coming home at 6:00, depending on the temperature outside you may not get it to drop below 78 or 77 until it starts cooling off outside or until the sun goes down. If it's a 100 degrees outside, it may not drop until the sun goes down. The best thing for air conditioning is to set it at a comfortable temperature and leave it through the day like 75 degrees and your system should maintain that and still be comfortable when you get home. Then you you arrive home you can turn it down to 72.
HOW OFTEN ARE YOU CHANGING YOUR FILTER?
Your furnace filters need to be changed...at least every 3 months! When you allow your filters to get plugged, it is like trying to breathe through a straw for your furnace. In the end it will DRASTICALLY reduce the life of your furnace. The moral of this tip...Change your filters at least every 3 months!