Goettl Air experts have some pointers on how to save on your next energy bill

Do you dread when the energy bill comes each month? Do you want to find ways to cut down on the heating and cooling, but without sacrificing your comfort? Well, the HVAC expert at Goettl Air have a few tips on how to make that happen.

Did you know there is an eight percent increase in energy use when you turn the thermostat below 78 degrees. If you can keep it closer to that number, then you can definitely save. Also, changing the air filters will keep your unit working more optimally and will save in the long run. Weatherize your home to help insulate it better. You can use window firm to deflect sunlight, use radiant barrier insulation in your attic, and keep your thermostat out of direct sunlight. All these factors will keep your home cooler in the summer with little effort.

A programmable/smart thermostat can help regulate the temperature in your home, even when you forget to. If you can keep the temp at a steady number, then your heating and cooling unit will have to work less to get to your ideal temp. If all else fails, invest in a new AC unit. If it is very old and not working efficiently, you may want to buy a new one. Old units may take a lot of energy to run and you probably will have to invest a lot of money in repairs. A new HVAC will be more energy efficient and will save you money in the long run.

In 1939, Goettl Air Conditioning was founded by John, Bill, and Adam Goettl. Their forward thinking caught the attention of international companies. At one point Goettl Air Conditioning had over a hundred patents on the market.

Today, the business is run by the founders Adam and Ted (grandsons of the original founders) run the family business, along with their CEO Kenneth Goodrich. He is a leader in his community and has given back to those in need. Goodrich started the J Duncan Goodrich Air Conditioning Technology Institute endowment fund. They give away scholarship to students and veterans who want to attend heating and air conditioning classes.

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