• Loren Walbaum

3 Ways Florida Homeowner can SAVE on Cooling Cost!


Both High and Low-Cost Options

High: Starting with your air conditioning unit. After installing a new unit or replacing an old one, invest in a highly efficient central air conditioner. If you're replacing a unit more than 10 years old, you can save between 20-40% on cooling bills. Opting in for a geothermal air conditioning unit will save even more!

Low-Cost: Use your home fan! Circulating cool air around your home keeps your system from overworking. If you don't have a "whole house" fan, invest in smaller fans around your home.

High: Upgrade your windows. Storm proof windows keep your home insulated in addition to hurricane protection. You can directly reduce your energy costs by 20%!

Low-Cost: Upgrade your curtains. Invest in dark shades that reflect sunlight. Close the curtains in the hottest part of the day. Make sure to caulk your windows and add weather stipping.

High: Upgrade your roof. Solar cooling and heating systems can reduce cost. Homes in Florida are not build for winter, which can also relate to higher energy costs from reduced insulation.

Low-Cost: Insulate your attic. Again, homes in Florida are under-insulated. Heat rises and escapes from the roof.

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