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Lower Your Heating Bill

When you leave for work, turn the heat down a few degrees. It will only take a few minutes for your home to heat back up to a more comfortable level and you will save significant amount of money durning the heating season. Readjusting your thermostat settings alone for each season could save you on heating and cooling costs. Turn the heat down a couple of degrees at night and add a blanket to your bedding if necessary.

For each degree you lower your thermostat, you will save approximately 3 percent more on heating cost, as well as conserve energy. Add a programmable thermostat is the easiest way to control temperatures whether you are home or away. By providing prompt, expert HVAC services, guaranteed work and expertly trained and licensed technicians, LARSEN Heating and Air Conditioning delivers value you can count on every time.

Lower Your Summer Energy Bill


  • On hot days, avoid using the oven; cook on the stove, use a microwave oven, or grill outside.
  • Install efficient lighting that runs cooler. Only about 10% to 15% of the electricity that incandescent lights consume results in light—the rest is turned into heat.
  • Learn more about your options for efficient lighting.
  • Find out when to turn off your lights.
  • Purchase ENERGY STAR lighting products.
  • Take advantage of daylight instead of artificial lighting, but avoid direct sunlight.
  • Learn more about strategies for efficient daylighting.
  • Wash only full loads of dishes and clothes. Consider air drying both dishes and clothing.
  • Learn more about efficient dishwashing and laundry.
  • Take short showers instead of baths.
  • Learn more ways to reduce your hot water use.
  • Minimize activities that generate a lot of heat, such as running a computer, burning open flames, running a dishwasher, and using hot devices such as curling irons or hair dryers. Even stereos and televisions will add some heat to your home.
  • Learn more about avoiding heat buildup in your home.