As cool weather approaches, most homeowners start to get things ready for fall and winter. This may mean moving some plants indoors, cleaning gutters, or making sure your fall wardrobe is prepared. Fall is also time to get your home’s heating, ventilation, and air conditioning system ready for cooler temps. Here are seven tips for preparing your heating system.
A dehumidistat is a device which controls the humidity levels in the home by communicating with the thermostat to change the temperature. This device is very beneficial for seasonal residents and those who are away from their homes for an extended period of time throughout the year. Dehumidistats are energy saving devices which work to prevent the damaging effects of humidity in your home.
Lately, if you aren’t used to chilly weather, you might have been able to relate to this little guy…Especially if your significant other sacrifices heat to save a few dollars during the winter time. Though you might think they are crazy, it turns out that they might be saving more money than you think! Believe it or not, according to FPL, running your heat in the winter uses more energy than running your AC in the summer (potentially up to three times as much). Yes, even in Florida!
With summer temperatures reaching 100°, energy costs are rising; and summers are getting hotter and hotter. We hope these tips will help keep you cool. “No matter what the weather, Tri County makes it better.”