6 Tips on How to Stay Cool During Summer, Inexpensively

At Stay Cool Climate Control, we understand the importance of keeping your O’Fallon home  cool and comfortable during the hot summer months. However, we also understand that  running your air conditioning can lead to high energy bills. In this blog post, we’ll share some  tips for saving money on your energy bills in the summer while still keeping your home cool. 

Tip #1. Use a programmable thermostat

A programmable thermostat allows you to set your air conditioning to adjust automatically to higher temperatures when you’re not at home. This can save you up to 10% on your energy bills. 

Tip #2. Keep your blinds closed

Closing your blinds during the day can help keep the sun’s rays  from heating up your home, reducing the need for your air conditioning to run. 

Ceiling Fan

Tip #3. Use ceiling fans

Ceiling fans can help circulate the air in your home, making it feel cooler without having to rely solely on your air conditioning. 

Tip #4. Change your air filters regularly

Dirty air filters can reduce the efficiency of your air  conditioning system, leading to higher energy bills. Make sure to change your air filters  regularly to keep your system running smoothly. 

Tip #5. Get regular maintenance 

Regular maintenance of your air conditioning system can help  ensure that it’s running efficiently and effectively. This can save you money on your  energy bills in the long run by preventing breakdowns and extending the life of your  system. 

Tip #6. Consider upgrading to a high efficiency system 

If your air conditioning system is more  than ten years old, it may be time to consider upgrading to a high-efficiency system.  These systems use less energy to cool your home, which can result in significant savings  on your energy bills. 

By following these tips, you can save money on your energy bills in the summer while still  keeping your O’Fallon home cool and comfortable.

Contact Stay Cool Climate Control today for more information on saving money on your energy bills and keeping your home comfortable all year round.

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