5 Thermostat Efficiency Tips for Autumn

With fall just around the corner, we’ve got 5 proven tips to save you money and keep your home comfortable for the change in season. In cooler seasons, save energy by using a smart thermostat, lowering temperatures at night, wearing layers, and operating an energy-efficient HVAC system.

Own a Smart Thermostat

We know you have a busy schedule, so it may be inconvenient to constantly change your thermostat by hand.  Owning a smart thermostat is our first tip, as it can be used to automate energy-adjustments with ease. You are able to adjust the temperature of your home or business according to your schedule, cutting down on your energy costs and only using your system when you’re there to enjoy it. Many smart thermostats are operated by apps via smartphones, so you’ll never have to worry about making a quick adjustment.

Lounge in Warm Clothes and Sleep Under a Blanket

Cut energy costs by regularly dressing warmer and using extra blankets while you sleep. This tactic can save you quite a hefty amount, considering leaving the furnace on max 8 hours a night can really add up quick.

Split Your Home Into Different Heating Zones

Unfortunately, not everyone is comfortable at a warm 75 degrees Fahrenheit. With a zoning system, you no longer have to program the entire house to stay at one particular temperature, allowing everyone to be more comfortable while saving you money!

Maintain Your HVAC System

Even if you own an efficient HVAC system, you cannot afford to forget to have it regularly maintained. From the gas valve, gas pressure, and igniter, the parts of your system need regular attention or they can cause your system to overwork, costing you money. Not only that, but thermostats often need to be adjusted periodically just to make sure your system can do it’s job with pinpoint accuracy. It’s important to get to know your local service specialists and have them check on your regularly.

Change Your Filters on Schedule

Regardless of whether you use a geothermal system, a gas furnace, or a heat pump, you’ll have filters. With all the available options, homeowners might find details of filter choice and filter replacement confusing. However, regardless of whether your HVAC manufacturer recommends once-a-month filter replacements or a different schedule, following the guidelines can help smooth your way in the future.

At BNG Heating and Cooling, we help Evansville, Indiana residents take a look at long-term energy savings through smart thermostats and other energy-efficient products while providing high-quality installation, maintenance, and repair. We can help you get your HVAC in shape for fall, so give us a call at (812)858-4000.

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