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Giving your Tarpon Springs, Florida, home an eco-friendly makeover is easy, especially during the winter season. From weatherproofing your home to programming your thermostat, here’s how to go green this winter.

Weatherproof Your Home

You’ll want to start by keeping the chilly drafts outside where they belong and keeping the warm air inside your cozy home. Use weatherproofing material around window frames, and add a draft stopper to any exterior doors that tend to invite cool breezes indoors. Consider replacing older, single-pane windows with insulated double-pane windows, and you’ll save energy all year round.

Make the Most of Natural Light

As the days get shorter, you’ll want to let in as much natural light as possible. Don’t forget to shut the curtains or blinds when it’s dark out, though. Curtains tend to conserve more energy than blinds do, and you can save up to 10 percent on your energy bill just by keeping curtains closed after the sun goes down.

Program Your Thermostat

If you typically adjust your thermostat manually, consider upgrading to a smart thermostat or a programmable device. Putting your HVAC system on autopilot can do wonders for your energy bill, as long as you know how to set your thermostat for optimal energy savings. Don’t hesitate to contact the Advanced Cooling Systems team to find out which thermostat is best for your HVAC system or to learn tips for programming your smart device.

Consider an HVAC Upgrade

Getting the most out of your existing HVAC system can seem like a smart choice for budget-focused homeowners. But holding onto an older system can be more expensive than you think. Rather than postponing a much-needed heating system upgrade, talk with our team about the latest energy-efficient heat pumps. These systems are experts at decreasing your energy bill while keeping you comfortable throughout a typical Florida winter and beyond.

Early winter is the ideal time to go green, especially when it comes to HVAC modifications. Call the cooling and heating experts at Advanced Cooling Systems, Inc. to learn more about our smart solutions: 866-827-7662.

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