Washing off the a/c playbook

May is here & so is Springtime, in this part of the country, we’ve been dealing with dustings of pollen on everything outside for 2 or 3 weeks… And I recognize I even heard the neighbor’s heat pump running the other afternoon… But then again, those folks don’t like the heat with a passion, but so why they live this far south, I just don’t understand.

I mean, if you’re moving here just to rest inside the a/c, it seems love a bit of a waste.

But to each his own I suppose, but that said, this is the time of year that I am dusting off the playbook for saving on a/c costs. This is certainly the biggest utility cost I face all year. But it starts now with the Heating, Ventilation & A/C strategy I have found to be most effective, then unlike my neighbor, we do not reach for the thermostat as soon as the temperatures breach the 75 degree mark. Instead we wait, however we let our bodies actemperature to the rising heat & humidity, plus, I don’t recognize I have seen a more attractive Springtime anywhere else. Sure, it’s a bit warmer than a lot of other locales while in the Springtime. But doing separate from a/c as much as possible is a crucial factor when it comes to our a/c strategy. Once the summer time gets here, the a/c is on & the lake house is sealed up tight. We also make sure that the blinds are pulled so we stop any direct sunlight heating. Thanks to being more actemperatured to the heat & humidity, we don’t need to set the thermostat all that low. And that saves a ton of currency over more than three or numerous months of the worst heat.
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