• January 15, 2016
  • You have chosen to heat your home using an air conditioner during the cold winter days, but you are afraid your energy bills will get higher? You are right. If you are using an A/C for heating, it probably uses 40 to 50% of the electricity you consume every month.

    You can change that, when you learn how to save from your air conditioner.

    According to experts and A/C producers, if you want to save money from your air conditioner, you should not turn it off during the winter. When the temperature outside falls under 0° and your air conditioner is turned off the temperature at home gets very low. In this case your A/C needs more energy to make the room warm again.

    It is much more energy efficient if the device keeps working on a lower temperature when you are out, for example 19° or 20°. When you get home your A/C will need less energy and less time to heat your home to a prefered temperature.

    You can lower the working temperature of your air conditioner the same way at night when you sleep, or in rooms you will not use for a couple of hours.

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    Here are some more pieces of advice on how to lower your electricity expences.

    The first thing you should think of is the isolation. The walls, as well as the doors and windows should be well isolated, so that you do not lose warmth. In other case, you will need more energy to keep the temperature at home appropriate.

    The thick curtains also help keeping your home warm wihtout using too much electricity. It is recommended that they begin at least 5cm higher than the air conditioner.

    If you open your windows to freshen the air during the winter, open them widely for a short period of time. You will lose more warmth if they are half-open for long.

    All those tricks can help you lower your energy bills, but do not forget that the colder it gets outside, the more electricity you will need for heating.

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