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5 Easy Ways to Reduce your Atlanta Home Cooling Bills this Summer


With no way around paying to cool your home, it is extremely important to get the most out of your Air conditioning system so that you don’t end up spending more than you have to. The cost of heating and air conditioning is only getting more expensive as the cost of energy and oil are rising, so we decided to share a short list of tips to help you get the most out of your heating and air system, thus saving you money.

In this Atlanta HVAC Guide, we’ll focus on a few small ways you can save money on cooling costs over the long summer ahead! If you have tips of your own, please feel free to leave them at the end of this article.

Make sure to seal windows and doors!

The last thing you want in your house is air sneaking in or out. Any air leaks will cost you money. Making sure you keep the windows and doors sealed tightly will ensure that you save money on your heating and cooling bills.

Provide some insulation!

Be sure that your attic is properly insulated so that the warm air does not escape, thus costing you more money.

Do not obstruct Vents!

Floor vents AND wall vents should be unblocked at all times. The allows for proper ventilation of the areas you are paying to heat and cool. Make sure to move any furniture, curtains, appliances, and anything else that could block the air flow. Doing so will allow you to get the most out of your systems.

Maintenance!

Think of your heating and cooling system like a car. It is much cheaper to have a technician take a look at things every year than it is to pay for a major repair. You’ll also be saving money every month if the system is working the way it should be.

Warm air rises!

Don’t forget that warm air rises. This means that during the winter you may not get the most out of your heating system because the air around ground level is colder than the warm air that stays towards the ceiling. A ceiling fan is a great solution for this and will keep the house warmed evenly, preventing you from constantly heating the room and running up those bills.

Keeping these tips in mind will ensure that you are not wasting money on heating and cooling your home. These changes will cost you almost nothing, but save you a lot in the long run.

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