The problem with maintaining a constant temperature on your temperature control year round

It’s completely understandable when a homeowner would care about to have the same exact temperature on the temperature control year round; After all, it’s not called climate control for nothing.

Everyone is different, & my associate and I all have a number one temperature that makes us the most comfortable.

However, it may not be realistic or practical to keep the same exact temperature on the temperature control year round, especially if you live in an section that has extreme temperature shifts throughout the seasons, but put simply, your temperature control should be set to a higher temperature in the Summer than it is set to in the winter. This eases the burden on both your a/c & your furnace. It also prevents your energy costs from skyrocketing. It may seem evident, however it’s worth mentioning that the more significant the difference between the temperature you set for your condo & the temperature it is outside, the more labor your Heating & A/C system needs to put in. Let’s know for a moment that a homeowner would care about to have their temperature at a constant 72 degrees all year round. If the climate they live in is mild nearly all year round, this might not entirely be a crucial deal. However, if for example, it is triple-digit degrees outside in the middle of the summer, the a/c is going to have to labor hard to change the temperature inside 30 + degrees cooler, then now, what if in that same area, the winters are also brutal? Needless to say, that person’s furnace is going to have to heat their condo to various dozen degrees cooler if it’s in the single digits out to maintain that wanted 72 degrees. Therefore, bringing the temperature closer to 72 degrees in the summer, & closer to 60 degrees in the winter, is much more cost-efficient & will put much less strain on your Heating & A/C system.

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