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Not home? Turn off your heat and air system
In the winter, reducing inside temperature from 72°F to 68°F in the day and 65°F at night lowers your household energy consumption approximately by almost 5%. During the summer when trying to keep the house cool, maintain the thermostat at around 80°F when you’re not home: you can save 7% on your cooling costs for each degree set above 78°F. To maximize efficiency in the summer, make sure doors to all rooms are kept open in order to keep air ventilated and to prevent the system from working too hard and using unnecessary energy. If it isn’t extremely cold or warm out, simply turn the system off until you get back home.View the website
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