A programmable thermostat that automatically adjusts is an additional way to save money, as turning the temperature down at night while everyone is asleep is another great way to offset costs
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Toronto, Canada (PRWEB) October 28, 2014
City Air Conditioning & Heating (http://www.CityHeatAir.com), Toronto and Mississauga’s premier provider of heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) maintenance, installation, and repair services, is releasing its expert tips for homeowners on how to save money by correctly setting thermostats during the fall and winter seasons.
“As experienced HVAC contractors in Toronto, we recognize the savings that come from correctly setting a thermostat to a suitable temperature,” says Sunny Dwarika, owner and operator of City Air Conditioning & Heating. “We also recognize that it’s tricky to find a suitable setting that’s comfortable for everyone in the home, so there will certainly be some compromising.”
According to Dwarika, 70 degrees is a comfortable setting to begin with for a HVAC in Toronto. No matter what the setting, though, set the thermostat 10-15 degrees lower than that number when leaving the house for long periods; doing so can save at least five percent and possibly up to 15% a year.
“A programmable thermostat that automatically adjusts is an additional way to save money, as turning the temperature down at night while everyone is asleep is another great way to offset costs,” Dwarika concludes. “A thermostat that can automatically set temperatures will make things that much easier, and we at City Air Conditioning & Heating believe that both the savings will be noticeable and that people won’t feel discomfort while sleeping under blankets.”
Toronto and Mississauga area homeowners and businesses have trusted City Air Conditioning & Heating with all their heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) needs since 1989. Offering reliable 24-hour emergency response, City Air Conditioning & Heating has the expertise to help clients find the solution that fits their needs and budget, whether it’s for routine service and maintenance or complex repairs and installations. City Air Conditioning & Heating is a member of the Technical Safety and Standards Authority (TSSA) and the Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Institute of Canada (HRAI). To learn more about City Air Conditioning & Heating, visit the company’s web site at http://www.CityHeatAir.com / http://www.cityairtoronto.com or contact them at email@example.com or by calling 416-531-5585. City Air Conditioning & Heating can also be followed on Twitter at @cityairtoronto or on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/pages/City-Air-Conditioning-Heating/591853854246421.