If you’re looking for ways to save money, it may be a good idea to look into strategies designed to keep your heating and cooling bills down. Fortunately, there are many easy ways to cut costs without sacrificing comfort. Here are a few ideas to help make your seasonal comfort a little less expensive.

Keep the Windows Fully Closed

Before you turn on the furnace or the air conditioner, make sure that all windows throughout the home are closed. While this may seem like an obvious thing to do, it is easy to forget about that window in the office or not know about the open window in your teen’s bedroom. Furthermore, check for drafts around windows or doors that could make it easier for air to leak in. Sealing those leaks can help keep the home at a consistent temperature and use less energy.

Check Your HVAC Components

Your HVAC components should be inspected on a regular basis to ensure that they are in good condition. Even minor problems could result in a furnace or air conditioner not working as well as it could or should. If you have older equipment, look into replacing or upgrading them with something newer. The folks at Cooper Heating & Cooling in Denver can help service an existing HVAC component or take steps to replace a furnace or air conditioner.

Set a Heating and Cooling Schedule

It is possible to program a thermostat so that your heater or air conditioner runs at certain times of the day. Alternatively, you can create a schedule that allows a heater or air conditioner to run all day but at different temperature levels depending on what time it is. Ideally, you will use the most energy when people are home and less energy when people are at work or school.

If you’re concerned about your energy bills, contact Cooper Heating & Cooling today. In addition to heating and cooling services, we can also help with plumbing, electrical, and indoor air quality needs that you may have. Residents throughout Denver, Fort Collins and Colorado Springs rely on us.

Luke Cooper
Luke Cooper

Luke Cooper is the General Manager of the Cooper Green team and son of Gary Cooper, owner and CEO of Cooper HVAC. After years in the field, Luke took his talents to management and has helped thousands of Colorado homeowners during hot summers and frigid winters. His decade of experience in the field and guiding the company makes him one of the most knowledgeable individuals in Colorado on HVAC, plumbing, electrical and other home services.

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