An old Southerners tips on helping your air conditioning system do its job

The tent will keep the Sun out, plus your AC will be grateful to you.

If you are new to the southern temperature, or perhaps you are a new homeowner plus you have never been responsible for Homeowner tasks before, you may be wondering how to get the most benefit from your Heating, Ventilation, plus A/C system. In particular, most of us down in the Southeast quadrant of the US are most interested in keeping our air conditioning up to par. We may sporadically need the heating system or heater, but for the most part my friend and I are certainly dependent on our air conditioning, or cooling. If you want to know how to get the most comfort at the least cost, the best thing to do is to turn to people who have lived in the south for ages. I have for you old Southerners tips on how to help your AC do its job the best it can. First of all, use ceiling fans. a lot of designers on the condo design shows on TV plus stuff like to get rid of ceiling fans. they assume they are not aesthetically pleasing. Well, I couldn’t care less. My ceiling fans help me feel cooler, plus they allow me to set my control machine a little higher in the summer. by setting the control machine a few degrees higher, I am helping my AC do its job without having to work so hard. the harder your AC works, the higher your bill is. so, it makes sense to help your AC. Secondly, plant shade trees. shade trees naturally help your home stay cooler in the summer, plus therefore your AC will not have to work as hard. Thirdly, put some tint on your windows. Tinting your windows Works similarly to planting shade trees. The tent will keep the Sun out, plus your AC will be grateful to you. Finally, Use cool water. when you take a shower, don’t use the hottest water you can stand. not only then will you save on your ac, but your water heating system will be happier too. The dermatologist will tell you that using a cooler shower is better for your skin, plus if you then go stand under the ceiling fan, you will entirely feel cold.

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