Fall weather in Glendale, Arizona, carries over much of summer’s heat. Many residents think having a comfortable home often means racking up utility bills and sacrificing efficiency. Here are three ways you can improve efficiency and lower bills while keeping your home comfortable:

Upgrade Your Thermostat

A great way to improve efficiency is to upgrade to a programmable or a smart thermostat. Then, input your family’s schedule. Your thermostat will automatically adjust depending on the time of day. As a result, you’ll prevent wasting energy cooling an unoccupied home. Plus, your thermostat will return your home back to your desired temperature before you arrive. This is especially useful during the fall when nighttime temperatures dip lower. By pre-setting your thermostat, you can keep a comfortable home while increasing energy efficiency.

Schedule HVAC Maintenance

HVAC maintenance is hands down the best way to increase your home’s efficiency and lower your utility costs. If there’s something wrong with your HVAC system, it may not be obvious, especially if the issue is small. However, even small problems can increase your energy bills. Get your system checked by a professional service technician to ensure peak performance.

Change HVAC System’s Filter

A clean filter is imperative for healthy indoor air quality. But your HVAC system’s filter can also affect energy efficiency. Your unit pulls air through the filter constantly. If the filter clogs, it can lead to your HVAC working harder than necessary. As a result, it’ll raise your decrease efficiency and increase energy bills. Filters are, luckily, very easy to change out. Make sure to change yours every 90 days.

The experts at El Indio AC Heating and Cooling can help you get the most out of your HVAC system this fall. To improve energy efficiency and pay lower bills, contact us at 623-907-1470.

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