By lowering your thermostat slightly in the winter and raising it one or two degrees in the summer, you can significantly reduce your carbon footprint, your monthly energy bills, and the wear and tear you put on your heating and cooling systems. Watch this video to see how you can avoid HVAC repairs in Sarasota by setting your thermostat to the right temperature.
You obviously don’t want to set your thermostat too high in the summer or too low in the winter and make your entire family uncomfortable. However, you also shouldn’t have your heating and cooling systems running at all times. Find a temperature that works for everyone in your family and stick with it. By increasing or decreasing the heating and air temperature just a tiny bit, you can make a big difference.