Save Energy this Spring

Spring is a season of renewal and growth, but it’s also a time when energy bills can start to climb as temperatures rise. At Precision Tech Home Services, we want to help you save energy and money this spring season. Here are some energy-saving tips to keep in mind:

Adjust your thermostat:

As the weather warms up, you can adjust your thermostat to save energy. Set your thermostat to 78°F when you’re at home and 85°F when you’re away. This can save you up to 10% on your energy bill.

Take advantage of natural light: Open your curtains or blinds during the day to let in natural light instead of using artificial lighting. This can also help warm up your home during cooler spring days.

Use ceiling fans:

Ceiling fans are a great way to circulate air and keep your home cool during spring days. Set your ceiling fan to rotate counterclockwise in the summer to create a cooling breeze.

Seal air leaks:

Seal any air leaks around windows, doors, and ductwork to prevent cool air from escaping and warm air from entering your home. This can help keep your home comfortable and save energy.

Maintain your HVAC system:

Regular maintenance of your HVAC system can help it run efficiently and reduce energy consumption. Change your air filter every 1-3 months and schedule a professional tune-up to ensure your system is running at peak efficiency.

Use a programmable thermostat:

A programmable thermostat can help you reduce energy costs by automatically adjusting the temperature in your home. Set your thermostat to raise the temperature when you’re away or asleep and lower it when you’re at home.

Reduce water heater temperature:

Lowering your water heater temperature to 120°F can save you energy and money. You can also consider installing a water heater blanket to improve efficiency.

By following these energy-saving tips, you can keep your home comfortable and save money on your energy bills this spring. At Precision Tech Home Services, we’re here to help you with all your HVAC and home service needs. Contact us today to schedule a tune-up or learn more about how we can help you save energy this spring.

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