The weather is going to affect your bills more than you may realize. Throughout Texas, there is above-average dry and warm weather this summer. With higher temperatures outside, you are going to run your air-conditioning more – and that’s going to lead to higher bills.
The fall prediction is that the pattern is going to continue. The above average temperatures are going to make it harder to stay cool and this is going to continue to impact your electric bills for the next several months.
For the safety of your wallet, you need to prepare and set your air conditioner to 78 degrees in the day when no one is home. You can also use fans for circulation and avoid using heavy appliances during the hottest parts of the day.
The good news is that the heat is helping to keep generators in good condition and the gas reservoirs built up to ensure that there is plenty available when it comes to turning the heaters on this winter. The heat’s not always a good thing, but it doesn’t have to be a drain on your wallet, either.
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