Mom’s old strategy of minimizing heating and cooling strain during the summer

No matter how much I tried, I never got it right in summer, but my electric bills have always been out of this world ever since I moved out to my own apartment.

Mom pointed out that my a/c could be the biggest issue.

All the time I had lived with her, his bills seemed to be perfectly balanced regardless of the season. I was therefore keen to know what he had to say about my a/c. Surprisingly, there are a few tips that have always worked for mom. She commanded me to reduce the heat inside the place as the first thing. This would prevent my heating and cooling unit from overworking to counter the excess heat. The first thing I needed to do was close my window curtains when it got too hot. Mom also told me to turn off lights when I was not using them as this would mean no extra heating took place. She also said I should always close windows and doors that let in heat from outdoors. Basically, the goal was to ensure no extra heating happened, especially if it was avoidable. Additionally, he commanded me to alway have the fans running as these complement the a/c by spreading the cool air around the dwelling and reducing the amount of cooling needed. I was also supposed to check for leaks. This means inspecting the HVAC duct of my a/c unit. Mine had become loose and the heating and cooling tech said they would soon get cracks if I did not act swiftly. This would in turn affect the airstream efficiency and interfere with the air quality. Mom also recommended that I should have the ducts cleaned professionally by a heating and cooling supplier at least every 3 to 5 years. These tricks will ensure my heating and cooling unit serves me longer and more efficiently.

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