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Lowering your energy bill doesn’t mean that you need to cuddle up with ice packs this summer. The right temperature settings can help you to stay comfortable while squeezing the most savings out of your programmable thermostat. With high temperatures on the way, we’re sharing tips on how to program your thermostat to help you to stay cool in your Jackson, Mississippi, home during the long, hot, months. Try these tips to help your HVAC system perform better.

Temperature Settings for Summer

Experts agree that you should set higher temperatures when you are away from home and when you are asleep. You can then program the thermostat for more comfortable settings when you wake up and when you are up and about at home. If you are going to be away for eight hours or more, set the thermostat to the highest recommended temperature.

You can realize meaningful savings on your energy bill by programming your thermostat correctly. You can invest in smart thermostats that enable you to program temperatures even more effectively. Many thermostats today, allow you to set vacation programming modes and even set various programming combinations. Perhaps one of the most convenient features gives you the ability to make updates and adjustments remotely from an Internet-enabled device.

Programming Your Thermostat for Better Temperature Control

Modern thermostats can even help with humidity control. High humidity can make your home feel even more uncomfortable. Adjust your thermostat accordingly on those days when high humidity is a factor.

You will be able to set your thermostat to energy-saving settings when you are away. You can save even more money by keeping your thermostat closer to the outside temperature. To make sure you are comfortable when you get home you can program the thermostat to gradually reduce temperatures to the ideal setting by the time you return home.

Consult Your HVAC Technician

There are many types of thermostats. Modern thermostats come at different price points and offer a variety of features. To learn more about these energy-saving devices and which is best for your home, contact the experts at Dent Air Conditioning today at 601-912-0535. We look forward to helping you to find the ideal comfort solutions for your home.

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