Do you close air vents in unused rooms to lower utility bills? Well—surprise—doing so may actually raise your utility bills—and make you less comfortable at home.
Your furnace is your companion that keeps you cozy through the frigid Minneapolis winters. So it’s crucial you find the one that will keep you comfy while not costing you an arm and a leg to use.
Heating and cooling your home makes up almost 50% of your yearly energy bills. So if you are looking for ways to cut energy use, that’s the best place to start. So what’s the easiest way to cut energy use?
Got an older home? If you’re looking for options to cool your whole home you have 2 main options.
Wondering if it’s time to say goodbye to your central air conditioner? Maybe the air conditioner needs repairing and you’re wondering if it’s worth it. Or maybe you’re just cautious and are planning ahead.
You’re suspicious. An air conditioner repair person has told you that you’re low on Freon (a brand name of refrigerant.) And he’s charging you an arm and a leg to add more!
So, you’re getting ready to replace your old central air conditioner. But you don’t know a thing about shopping for a new one or how much it costs.
Anything that allows us to save money is OK in our book. Programmable thermostats do just that.
Want to take a chunk out of your air conditioning bills every month without too much effort? Do these 5 things.
Is your air conditioner turning on but not blowing cold air? That’s a big problem.