You don’t have to look everywhere for energy savings help

If you have a ton of money than talking to the HVAC technician isn’t a bad idea, but my HVAC serviceman just tried to sell me on a new air conditioner instead of giving me some useful energy saving tips

When I first got my own house I was surprised by how much the bills cost. I knew the bills would be more than my apartment, but I never realized how much it would cost to run the AC. It’s very hot where I live, so going without AC is nearly impossible. I don’t like to be hot, so I always want the air conditioner on full blast. My boyfriend on the other hand really doesn’t care about HVAC. He thinks that we should have the AC off at all times to save money, but I am not okay with that. I started to look for energy saving tips so that I could convince my boyfriend it wouldn’t be that bad to leave the HVAC system on. In the winter we have a fireplace, and I don’t mind being cold so we won’t have to use the furnace too much. I really just wanted to know how to save on my AC costs. I first talked to an HVAC technician, and I don’t recommend you do that. If you have a ton of money than talking to the HVAC technician isn’t a bad idea, but my HVAC serviceman just tried to sell me on a new air conditioner instead of giving me some useful energy saving tips. I found that if I insulated the windows better to keep the HVAC inside, it saved me a lot of money. I also noticed that when I got a smart thermostat my bill went way down. You should try those energy saving tips first!

 

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