One of the quickest and simplest ways to reduce energy costs is to use a programmable thermostat. There are many varieties of thermostats available today with a host of features, but the one that provides the bulk of the energy savings is the programmable feature. This allows you to dial back the heating and cooling automatically for times when you know you will not need it – while you are at work, away from home, etc. There are more advanced models that can regulate the cooling based on other factors like humidity and changes in outdoor ambient temperatures which can improve comfort as well as energy savings without you having to lift a finger. You might actually have a programmable thermostat now and not know it. Our research has shown that a surprising percentage of people actually own these programmable thermostats but don’t use the programmable feature. So check your thermostat and if you decide to buy one of the programmable models be sure to use it and see the savings add up!
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What are pressure controls?
There are two main categories of pressure controls - high pressure and low pressure. These control may be individual or combined into one control and are designed to protect the compressor.
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