Georgia Power wants to help you save money and energy. As temperatures begin to rise, let us help you manage your bill with some great ideas on preparing your home for the warmer days ahead.
Did you know that by making a few improvements in your home you can keep cool and save more this summer? Consider these cool summer savings tip.Keep your thermostat set at 78º or higher during the summer and leave it there. Your cooling system is the biggest user of electricity in your home. In some homes, it accounts for more than half of the summer electric bill. Each degree you decrease your thermostat in the summer below 78º increases your cost for cooling your home by 3 percent to 4 percent.