Energy efficiency may be one of the many concerns you have in your Warner Robins, Georgia, home. Whether you want to lower your home’s carbon footprint or reduce your monthly energy bills, focus on your HVAC system. One way to improve the efficiency of your HVAC system is by choosing the right add-ons. Below are some of the best HVAC add-ons to consider for your heating and cooling system.
If you have an older thermostat, an upgrade that can do wonders for energy efficiency is a smart thermostat. Smart thermostats are designed with a number of features that improve the energy efficiency of your home. Smart thermostats allow you to set customized programs, thus ensuring you’ll use less energy when you’re away. These also offer remote control features if you’re away for longer and need to adjust settings.
Some models provide energy reports and tips on how and where you can reduce your energy use. Others are learning thermostats that actually track your habits and make slight adjustments to improve energy use without affecting your comfort.
You can add both humidifiers and dehumidifiers to your system. Dehumidifiers will remove the humidity from the air in the summer, and humidifiers will add needed humidity in the winter to reduce dryness and static electricity.
Adding these not only improves your indoor air quality and temperature comfort, but also improves energy use as well. When the humidity in your house is in controllable levels, your HVAC system will have help keeping the correct temperature. As a result, it’ll use less energy.
Consider adding one or both of these HVAC add-ons to your system to improve the energy efficiency. Need to find the right models for your home? Contact us at 478-225-4921 today. Pruett Air Conditioning will help you find the best solution for your energy needs.
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