Care Temp LLC Offers Some Friendly Tips to Stay Cool During Summer Months

The staff at Care Temp LLC genuinely cares about their customers. Nothing brings more satisfaction to those at Care Temp LLC than helping someone stay cool by repairing or installing a central air conditioning system. However, Care Temp LLC wants their customers to know that a professionally installed HVAC system isn’t the only thing they can do to stay cool in the summer. In fact, there are a number of tips and tricks homeowners can use to keep extra cool. On top of that, homeowners may be able to save some money on their energy bills!

Thankfully, Care Temp LLC installs energy efficient HVAC systems almost every day. However, many customers are financially conservative and would like to keep their energy bills as low as possible. One way homeowners can help to keep their homes cool during the summer is by covering their windows. Many people don’t realize just how much heat is generated from sunlight through a window. In fact, in certain homes, as much as 20-40% of a home’s heat comes through windows. Using blinds, shades, and curtains to shield windows from the sun light can dramatically reduce one’s energy bill.

Just as sunlight can increase temperatures in a home, so can light bulbs. Another thing homeowners should consider is replacing old incandescent light bulbs with new Energy Star approved fluorescent light bulbs. The newer light bulbs not only last longer but they produce much less heat. Flipping the light switch isn’t the only culprit responsible for unwanted heat. Homeowners should also consider how often they are using appliances. Ovens, dryers, dishwashers, and other appliances can all lead to a surplus of heat in one’s home. Homeowners should consider cooking outside or hanging clothes to dry during hot summer days. There are plenty of ways to keep cool and save money during the summer. Care Temp LLC wants all of their customers to have a safe and cool summer!

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