Although your temperature control gives you seemingly endless control over your Heating & Air Conditioning system, it’s always smart to take it light on your air conditioner when you’re running it morning to morning. Residential air conditioners will have a lot of extravagant components that can fail or malfunction from overuse of the whole system. Fan motors can also overheat or seize up if you expect your air conditioner to drop your apartment from 90 to 69 degrees everyday without any incident. Even in the best case scenario, where you have the highest performing plan available, you’re wasting money by forcing your AC to drop your air by too much or having your oil furnace jack it up. Many people seem to think that leaving their air conditioning off when they leave for their job in the morning will save them on utility bills, thinking that having the AC on at all while the apartment in unoccupied is a waste no matter which way you put it. But in truth, if you at keep your air temperature at a moderate, albeit warmer, temperature in your apartment at all times, the air conditioner uses vastly less energy when you go to drop it a few degrees when you’re home. A well insulated apartment can and will retain either hot and cold temperatures, depending on the season, to a superb degree. So unless you’re in the middle of a very rough heat wave, your air conditioning certainly won’t run as much as you might think once an indoor temperature is established and stabilized. You’ll save more money in the long run, and you’ll put less wear and tear on your Heating & Air Conditioning system.