We get it – it’s hot. Now that the 2023 Summer has cracked the top 10 for greatest number of 100 degree days, it’s a given that kWh usage will be higher than normal.
So what can you do to lower your usage and save on your bill? If you’re going to do one thing and one thing only, it’s adjust your thermostat.
During hot Texas summers turn your thermostat up to 78 (F) at a MINIMUM. While 78 indoors doesn’t seem pleasant, it’s much much lower than the exterior temperature of 105. The average Texas home’s HVAC system simply cannot keep your home 30 degrees cooler if you have it set to 75 and will run all day, creating the perfect recipe for a high electricity bill.
If you’d like more tips on how to save, please visit www.4changeenergy.com/energy-saving-tips
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