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Energy Saving Tips for Cincinnati Homeowners

Nov 27, 2018

Opening your energy bill every month can be stressful. Learning to implement energy saving techniques can save you money. If your energy bill is stressing you out and costing too much money, then apply these energy saving tips to lower your bill in your Cincinnati home.

  1. Maintain Your HVAC System

One of the largest contributors to high energy bills is the use of your heating and air conditioning system. Always be sure to provide proper maintenance for your HVAC system. On the outside, clear leaves and debris from the outdoor air-condenser, clean coils and clear the drainpipe. On the inside of your home, change your air filters according to the manufactures suggested timing. A dirty or clogged air filter can cut down on your systems efficiency and force your system to work harder to reach desired temperatures. This in turn, leads to higher energy bills.

     2.  Conduct an Energy Audit

A home energy audit determines how much energy you’re consuming in your home and helps you to evaluate ways that you can make your home more energy efficient. A home energy audit is a great way to reduce cost and lower your carbon footprint at the same time. For a trusted Cincinnati company, contact Nelson Comfort to conduct an energy audit.

     3.  Install a Programmable Thermostat

Invest in a programmable thermostat that operates at optimal energy savings. A programmable thermostat can save a significant amount of money on your energy bill in your Cincinnati home. A programmable thermostat allows you to set the temperature you desire throughout the day based on whether or not you are home. This is especially helpful while you are travelling for business or vacations. A programmable thermostat is also helpful at night if you would like the temperature to differentiate while you are asleep.  A programmable thermostat pays for itself in a matter of a few short months.

     4.  Replace or Turn Down Your Water Heater

Turn down or replace your water heater in your Cincinnati home. Your water heater can account for up to 18% of the energy consumed in your home. Many homeowners do not pay attention to the temperature on their water heater. For optimal efficiency, turn the temperature down to 120 degrees F. Additionally, it’s best to replace an old water heater before it shuts down, begins to leak or the burner stops working. The energy savings alone on a new unit can often save enough money to pay off a new one in a few short years.

     5.  Schedule Seasonal HVAC Maintenance

Schedule seasonal HVAC maintenance to assure your equipment is running properly and you are receiving optimal efficiency. Seasonal maintenance on your air conditioning or furnace can provide considerable energy savings. For a locally owned Cincinnati company, contact Nelson Comfort and schedule an HVAC maintenance check-up.

Following these five energy saving techniques can save Cincinnati homeowners money by reducing their monthly energy bills. By implementing smart energy choices in your home, you won’t need to stress when your energy bill arrives. Get started today by scheduling an energy audit and seasonal maintenance with Nelson Comfort and let their technicians point you in the right direction of cost savings.

About The Author

Dan Detmer
Dan Detmer is the owner of Nelson Comfort. Dan was born into the heating and cooling industry, coming from a family of well respected HVAC contractors in Dayton, Ohio. After working in the family business, Dan decided to work for a local HVAC wholesale business helping local contractors grow their business. When he felt his heart moving him back into the residential and light commercial business, Dan joined the Mortimer Heating & Cooling team in Cincinnati, where he had called home and become part of the community for several years. After a short period of time Dan purchased the company and created what is today, Nelson Comfort. Today he operates a company based on integrity, honesty, and stellar customer service.If you have any questions feel free to tweet (at sign) NelsonComfort and we will get right back with you!
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