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6 Energy Saving Tips for Your Lexington Home

Aug 19, 2018
Lexington's Geothermal Experts | Climate Control

Do you cringe when you open your energy bill for the month? Stop worrying about bills and start taking action to make your home energy efficient and save money while you’re at it. If you feel like your energy bill is costing way too much, here are six energy saving tips for you and your family in your Lexington home. In this article there are energy savings tips for your Lexington home.


  1. Conduct an Energy Audit

A home energy audit can assess how much energy your home consumes and evaluate ways in which you can make your home more energy efficient. A home energy assessment will show you problems that could save significant amounts of money if properly addressed and corrected. For an expert energy audit, call Climate Control Corp at 859-469-4182 today.


  1. Set Your Thermostat for Efficiency

Set your thermostat to the highest comfortable setting. The closer your thermostat setting is to the outdoor temperature, the lower your cooling bill will be. Set your thermostat to a warmer temperature during the summer when you are out of town. Invest in a programmable thermostat that operates at optimal energy savings.


  1. Use Fans in Your Home

Using a ceiling fan can allow you to raise your thermostat by 4 degrees as the fan increases air flow and cools the air. When you’re shopping for a new ceiling fan, remember higher fan speeds as well as increased blade size help to move the air more effectively. Fans can also be used to remove heat and humidity after showering or while cooking. Be sure to turn fans off when you leave the room.


  1. Turn Down or Replace Your Water Heater

Your water heater can account for around 18% of the energy consumed in your home.

Turn down your water heater to 120 degrees F. High efficiency water heaters provide hot water in your home for less and use 10-50% less energy than standard models. All of this equates to cost savings on your energy bill. It’s best to replace an old water heater before it shuts down, begins to leak or the burner stops working. The energy savings alone on a new unit can often save enough money to pay off a new one in a few short years.


  1. Schedule Regular Maintenance

By scheduling regular maintenance with your local Lexinton HVAC technician, you can count on having your HVAC equipment running at optimal efficiency. Your technician will be able to maintain your system and ensure it is functioning properly as well as being able to warn you when new equipment may be necessary. Remember to schedule a regular maintenance visit with Climate Control Corp today and save money in the long run.


Following energy saving techniques can save homeowners a significant amount of money. By following these six tips, your potential savings could accelerate simply by implementing smart energy choices in your home. Get started today by scheduling an energy audit with Climate Control Corp and let their technicians point you in the right direction of cost savings.

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