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Staying Cool in the Las Vegas Summer Without Spending a Fortune on Your Electric Bill

Last updated 6 years ago

Approximately 17% of an average monthly energy bill is associated with home cooling. This number can be much higher during the summer, especially in a warm climate like Las Vegas. Year after year, residents of warmer states dread the summer—not just because of the heat, but also because of the cost of keeping their homes cool!

Many residents, overwhelmed by the sudden rise in their bills, contemplate other methods of staying cool, neglecting their AC units. There’s no need to sacrifice comfort for lower electric bills—there are plenty of ways to stay cool in the Las Vegas summer without spending too much on electricity. Following these tips will help you stay cool and comfortable:

  • Keep your AC maintained. Inspect and change air filters once every one to two months. Make sure you clean around the unit to remove dust and debris. A well-maintained air conditioner will be able to run much more efficiently, saving you money.
  • Check doors and windows for leaks and cracks. If air is escaping through these small holes, then your air conditioning isn’t efficiently cooling your home. Seal up and fill in any leaks or cracks you find.
  • Invest in a programmable thermostat. After a long day of work, it’s nice to come home to a cool and comfortable environment. Leaving the air conditioner on all day when nobody is home can be a huge waste of money, though. A programmable thermostat can easily be set to turn on half an hour before you get home.

Having an expert inspect your AC unit is another great idea. The team here at Rebel Refrigeration can help you by taking a thorough look at your air conditioner, making sure it is running properly and efficiently. You can learn more about our repair services on our website, or call us today to set up an appointment!

 

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