The mistake everyone makes when using an air conditioner: this is how costs soar on your utility bill, be very careful!
In summer, heat becomes unbearable, and often the simple fan fails to appease our desire to be in a cool little place. There are those, therefore, who decide to indulge in the luxury of turning on the air conditioner and cut down on physical suffering.
The air conditioner has been an ingenious invention that since the early 1900s has enabled us to increasingly counteract the increasingly scorching temperatures that have been occurring for years now.
By now we are increasingly living with the energy crisis, and as a result, bill and energy prices are reaching unprecedented heights. All of this discourages us from using this ally as we are frightened by the cost we would then have to pay on the bill. It often happens that we fractionate the use of the air conditioner at various times of the day. So that we can reduce the hours we turn it on and hope for energy savings. But unfortunately, sometimes we end up consuming much more than we expected. But then what to do about it? There are various tricks that can be used for those who want to use such an appliance efficiently while balancing the desire for coolness and the desire to save money. There are also other expedients that can be used at the time when those without it want to purchase it for the first time. What to do in such cases?
Use these tricks with your air conditioner and save on your utility bill!
First of all, for those who want to start buying one, they must first make sure in the place where such an appliance will be operating. In other words, you cannot use an air conditioner that is too small for a room that is too large. Just as there is no need to buy one that is too large and powerful for a room that is too small.
Another trick to use is in the choice of energy class: although slightly more expensive, those from class A onwards are preferred for better energy utilization resulting in lower consumption and savings on the bill, an aspect not to be overlooked.
We also come to a problem we posed earlier: but is turning the air conditioner on and off at our convenience and thus splitting its use over time advisable? Unfortunately, no since every time we turn the air conditioner back on, it will restart at a certain acceleration to reach the set temperature and this will result in an extra energy demand that will drive up energy costs, especially when we ask for excessive cooling.
However, there is no point in keeping the air conditioner on if no one is home for an extended time. So, good advice would be to keep the thermostat at a temperature of about 75°-11°C, and when we no longer need it, we keep the windows closed for at least half an hour so as to make the most of the climate obtained in the room. Did you know that?