Like all the people, I’d prefer that my energy bills were lower. USAge of the A/C during this Summer has absolutely sent my electric bill skyhigh. Subsequently, I’ve been researching energy saving tips in an attempt to lower my electric bills. I went online to my electric company to check for their idea of energy saving tips, plus after that I visited more than 2 Heating, Ventilation, plus A/C company websites as well. The utility company advises its clients to contact them for an energy check. They want to come out to my cabin plus check the windows for leakage, along with my attic insulation, plus things like that. I just want to save money, not buy new windows. Nonetheless, I tested my windows plus found actually no leaks plus my attic insulation is all over the floor up there, so it absolutely looks sufficient to me. However, both websites encouraged smart thermostats to help manage the temperature control of the Heating, Ventilation, plus A/C system. Obviously in some way, both websites are looking to sell something, so I am cautious. More so for the Heating, Ventilation, plus A/C company website. They want me to call them to have an Heating, Ventilation, plus A/C tune-up, or maybe a HVAC duct cleaning. Maybe I would be open to a HVAC duct cleaning if I had allergies. However, I’m just trying to find some energy saving tips that will lower my electric bill right now. So I research smart thermostats for the time being, plus from what I read, it doesn’t seem to be actually difficult to swap out the old thermostat for a new 1. Especially if the Heating, Ventilation, plus A/C system is relatively young, which my Heating, Ventilation, plus A/C is.