As spring turns into summer, the weather changes toward more hot and humid days. And with these changes in weather, we transition from heating to cooling our homes. Here’s everything you should know about using your thermostat when the transitional spring weather turns into the heat of summer.
Upgrading your home with a programmable thermostat is one of the best things you can do this season. Not only will your home be more consistently comfortable, but you can save as much as 10 percent on your energy bills. The savings can quickly add up and make the investment worthwhile.
With a programmable thermostat installed, you can set the temperature in your home for specific purposes. You may want to have a much different temperature when you are home and active, as opposed to sleeping times and times when you are away from the house. These small differences can account for a substantial overall savings in energy. Here are our tips for the best summer energy efficiency for your home thermostat:
Landlord Thermostat can help you get your home ready for the warm season ahead.