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Thermostat Temperature Setting Tips for Any Season in The Year

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Port St. Lucie HVAC Technicians Share Tips on the Best Thermostat Settings

Port St Lucie, United States - November 23, 2019 / Elite Electric & Air /

Finding the Ideal Thermostat Setting Made Easy

One of the biggest issues of contention in many homes with more than one resident is the thermostat settings. Perhaps you like it warmer, but someone else in your house prefers it cooler. But the truth is, having the correct thermostat settings in your home is more important than you might think.

At the very least, the correct settings can help save you money, which is something that most homeowners can agree is a good thing. So, if you’re wondering what the best thermostat settings are for your home each season, follow the below tips from local HVAC technicians.

Autumn and Winter

It’s the time of year where the weather has slipped from humidity and scorching temperatures to cooler air. And so the question remains: what should you set your thermostat to now that summer is over?

The best average temperature for your home during the colder winter months is 70 degrees Fahrenheit. This is a temperature setting that will keep you warm and comfortable in your home, without breaking the bank when your energy bill comes calling.

cold months

You may be tempted to go warmer, especially as the temperature drops, but it’s important to remember that the higher you crank that heat, the more it’s going to cost you. And it takes a hit on the environment, too. So, aim for 70 degrees Fahrenheit and you’ll be warm and comfy this winter.

Spring and Summer

warm monthsBut once winter is on its way out the door and spring days along with the summer are back for some fun in the sun and hot temperatures, what’s the best setting for your thermostat to make sure you fight off the sweltering temps?

Well, the best average temperature for your thermostat for the warmer months is 78 degrees Fahrenheit. This is the temperature that will keep you cool enough to enjoy your home but will keep your HVAC system running smoothly without breaking the bank.

And, of course, running the air conditioner too much is terrible for the environment, so keeping the setting at 78 degrees Fahrenheit makes it so you’re working to help planet Earth breathe a little easier. And that’s something everyone can get behind.

What About An Empty House?

Now, an important consideration to keep in mind when setting your thermostat to the above temperatures is that these are the average temperatures for homes that are mostly empty during the day. If you’re someone who works from home or stays home for other reasons such as childcare, you may need to adjust the thermostat accordingly.

empty house

But it’s important to remember that these temperatures are the right settings for a reason. They’re within range of standard room temperatures, so when you do have to change the settings, these temperatures will help to make sure there’s less strain on your HVAC system. And less strain on your system means a cooling and heating system that will have a longer life.

Elite Electric & Air Can Help with Your HVAC Needs

Elite Electric & Air serves the Port St. Lucie, FL area and is open 24-hours a day and seven days a week, perfect for your regular services as well as emergency situations. Their courteous, expertly trained technicians offer same day service and live answers to your phone calls. Never speak to a machine! They’ve been in business for over 30 years, for service you can trust.

Contact Information:

Elite Electric & Air

1691 SW South Macedo Blvd
Port St Lucie, FL 34984
United States

Jen Raymer
(772) 905-3527
https://www.eliteelectricandair.com/

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