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August 14, 2022

As the summer heat rages on, it's tempting to turn down the thermostat as low as possible and blast the air conditioner all day.⁠⁠But according to the US Department of Energy, the best technique for staying cool yet minimizing utility costs in summer is to keep your home warmer than usual when no one is home and then setting the temperature as high as comfortably possible when home.⁠⁠Energy Star, a program of the US Environmental Protection Agency and the US Department of Energy, suggested that homes be kept at 78 degrees Fahrenheit when home during the day, 82 F when sleeping and 85 F when out of the house for maximum savings.⁠⁠If this sounds too warm, then a good rule of thumb is to turn your thermostat up 7 to 10 degrees from your normal setting for eight hours a day, so you can save up to 10% a year.⁠⁠For more tap the link in our bio. ⁠⁠#Home #Energy #Summer #HowTo #LifeHack
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