Energy-Saving Tips for Spring and Summer 

Energy-Saving Tips for Spring and Summer


Spring and summer are the perfect seasons to enjoy the great outdoors. However, we have to be mindful that the rising temperatures can easily lead to high energy consumption. To help you save during the spring and summer months, I’ve put together a list of simple energy-saving tips that you can implement as early as today.


Adjust your thermostat.


As the weather gets warmer, you can save energy by raising your thermostat by a degree or two. For every degree you raise your thermostat, you can save on your cooling costs. Of course, the exact savings will depend on many contributing factors such as the size and layout of your home, the efficiency of your air conditioning system and the local weather patterns. It's also worth noting that you should still set your thermostat at a comfortable temperature that works for you and your household. Don’t overdo it and live in discomfort for the sake of savings.


Use the natural airflow.


Take advantage of cool breezes in the early mornings and late evenings by opening your windows and doors to let fresh air circulate through your home. This can also help improve air quality by reducing indoor air pollutants, such as car exhaust, cooking fumes and off-gassing from furniture and building materials.


Use natural light.


Take advantage of the longer days by using natural light instead of artificial bulbs whenever possible. Open your blinds and curtains to let in as much natural light as possible, and turn off lights in empty rooms when you aren’t using them. This can not only reduce your energy consumption, but also to cool your home.


Use a clothesline.


Instead of using your dryer, hang your clean laundry outside to dry in the sun and fresh air. This can save energy and money, while also extending the life of your clothes. The high heat of a dryer can cause shrinking, fading, wear and tear on your clothes over time. If there’s high humidity or frequent rain, you can still air-dry your clothes indoors using a drying rack.


Use energy-efficient appliances.


Energy-efficient appliances can prove useful year-round, not just during the warmer seasons. If you're in the market for new appliances, look for models that are Energy Star certified. These appliances are designed to use less energy than traditional models, saving you money on your energy bills over time with a smaller ecological footprint.


Seize the day!


By implementing these simple energy-saving tips, you can enjoy a more comfortable and cost-effective spring and summer season while also doing your part to reduce your environmental impact. Now go out and seize the day! I hope you’re able to enjoy the warmer weather, knowing that you're saving energy and money along the way.


If you’re looking to buy or sell this season, it can be one of the best times to do so. I’m ready to assist you with your every need, so don’t hesitate to reach out and ask any questions you may have about the spring market.

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